Portuguese tart, spice, grapefruit and lemon zest, maybe some nectarine. It’s a wine characterized by its creamy gloss and nougat, but with a ripcord of electric citrus acidity and tight juicy flavour. Creamy, cinnamon pastry, all the zest and tang, flecked with aniseed, and flinty river pebble things on a long finish. It’s really good, albeit very intense.
Gee, this is sturdy and structured, yet appealing, with its almond croissant, lemon tart and biscuity inputs. Spicy oak lends another dimension, as do clotted cream and leesy characters, chasing juicy lemon and white nectarine. Livewire acidity drive it at every stage.