“Hello 2012… it’s a white label, similar to the classic black one. Soft juicy, honeycomb-tinged and lovely matur(ing) characters. It shows quite a bit of honeycomb/beeswax/toastiness in perfume and palate., but a brisk undertow of zingy acidity lends the wine vitality. Creaminess plays a part in texture. it’s a touch ‘wide’ even though the finish is a bit more brittle and mouth-watering, It’s in a good zone, right now, ready to drink, ready to enjoy as an aged expression, I think many will like the place it is in.” 93 points, Mike Bennie, The Wine Front, December 2017.