98 Points Tyson Stelzer
A core of energy and primary focus amidst enticing tertiary complexity and pronounced chalk mineral texture is utterly transfixing. The pace of evolution here is freeze-frame slow motion, effortlessly sustaining youthful lemon zest and lively white fruits on a tightly clenched acid line, contrasting the complexity of gunflint reduction and the billowing maturity of Parisienne baguette, toasted brioche, glacé peach, dried fig and roasted hazelnuts. More recent tastings have revealed suggestions of tertiary, smoky, iodine nuances. It’s creamy, tense and tangy all at once, having attained an incredible plateau in its evolution, yet with plenty of life to ascend higher still.
Source: Tyson Stelzer, Wine Taste.