Each vineyard was harvested separately by hand in the cool early morning hours to capture the fresh flavours. The fruit was whole-bunch pressed and the juice settled overnight. All parcels were kept separate and racked into fermentation with selected yeast strain cultures.
Appealing stone fruit and citrus - grapefruit and oranges - whiffs on the nose. The palate is bright, vibrant and fresh with vivid grapefuit and nectarine flavours. There is a gentle suggestion of marmalade with a lees element adding extra fullness to the mouth. Lovely tang of acidity, which is not overplayed. Light to medium bodied with good length, the wine is unfussy and approachable but with a long finish.