"Like its siblings, hand-picked, whole bunch-pressed and wild-fermented in a mix of new and used French barriques, and matured therein for 10 months. Bright green-gold; an immaculately balanced and textured palate, with white peach, nectarine and creamy cashew notes running through to a long and distinguished finish and aftertaste. Drink by: 2019. 95 points." James Halliday
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2010 was a kind vintage beginning with good winter and spring rainfall, warm
temperatures through August and September saw good budburst. Although October was
marginally cooler than usual, November and December warmed up providing perfect
conditions for the “Grand Growth” phase (a rapid growth phase which begins when the
plant switches from vegetative to reproductive mode) and also for flowering and fruit set.
February and March were warmer than average and the ripening period rolled along
without any great concern, resulting in an early vintage with very high quality fruit.