Expressive right off the bat, with inviting fresh apricot aromas that lead to concentrated dried apricot fruit on the palate. Quite juicy and citrussy along with it. There’s a lovely lift and freshness, with a salty whisp and a bit of freshly tilled earth on the finish. It’s over a little bit quickly, but such an assertive and enjoyable character that I can forgive it.
Fermented and aged only in stainless steel, with some time on the lees. Temperature controlled fermentation (but on the evidence of the wine, not too brutal)
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