91 Points –
One of the more delicate and restrained chardies from Cape Grace. But as always there is excellent flavour intensity and palate complexity, a product of the excellent fruit from this immaculate vineyard. Toasty oak and butterscotch on the nose with cereal grapefruit traces. Wild fermentation and 10 months on less has built in further depth and textural feel. A lick of minerality completes it.
– Ray Jordan, The West Australian Wine Guide 2019