A stunningly rich nose of melons, honeysuckle, pineapple and orange rind are followed by a fresh, well-proportioned, medium to full-bodied dry white Graves to drink over the next decade or more. Feb 2012, www.robertparker.com
Lemon yellow, floral, slightly exotic fruit, more richness than many and good ripeness backed by good acidity, good broad style. Drink 2012-16.
Tasted at the Pessac UGC. This has a light, very primal bouquet with grapefruit, lime, a touch of peach and apple-blossom. The palate is well balanced with racy acidity, ample lime and pear tinged fruit, good depth, quite linear towards the finish but with good length. Attractive. Tasted April 2010
Smoky nose with a hint of charred oak? Sweet start - a bit too sweet to be appetising, with a rich smokiness that slightly recalls Alsace. I'd like a little bit more nerve.