Good pale color. Mineral-driven aromas of wet stone, gunflint and lemon. Broad and dense but in a less fruity, more clenched style, with a mineral firmness throughout. Finishes classically dry, with subtle citrus and stone notes.
Stephen Tanzer (ST): 91+
"Captivating nose combines orange juice, white peach, quinine and crushed rock, all lifted by pepper-minty high tones. Sweet but not overly so, with harmonious acidity giving energy and shape to the rich stone fruit and citrus flavors. Generous, tactile and long on the back end. Suppler and fatter than the en Luraules but still brisk and racy."