Muscadelle, malvasia, navera, chenin blanc and skin fermentation at play.
It’s tangy, fresh, cloying, slippery, finishes with a Real Lemonade tartness and sweetness and freshness. Between start and finish there’s jasmine and green apples, light honeyed notes, apricot, and the sum of those parts is a wickedly drinkable white of layers and vitality. It’s cool as. It’s compelling. It speaks of a new Swan Valley fluently. Cool. - The Wine Front