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95 points James Halliday: "Small yields in ’22 at Tahbilk, but big rewards in the glass with this concentrated, fully expressive young marsanne. Hits some rare notes in mid-palate texture and length – so early in its life, too. Citrus blossom, honeysuckle, green almond, Meyer lemon and pear aromas lead into a wine with all the ingredients for developing complexity. The varietal trademarks are lining up nicely, led by lemon-bright acidity, spring floral and citrus flavours with potential plus for further ageing. Exactly what you want and expect from a mak...
Price: $12.99

Composed of 40% Marsanne, 30% Ugni Blanc, 25% Clairette, and 5% Bourboulenc that aged in stainless steel tanks and two 500L demi-muids on its fine lees until spring or early summer bottling. *Certified Organic*
Price: $39.99

99 points Decanter: "Decidedly rich in style, the oak is quite marked, with roasted pineapple notes, lemon verbena and lemon thyme. Very full-bodied, this is massive, assertive and powerful, but with great freshness and energy. Flinty, smoky elements and a long, salty, mineral finish. One for the ages. Pure Marsanne, vines are over 50 years old, planted on pebbles, clay and some loess, facing south. Whole-bunch pressed, half fermented in demi-muids, half in vats. (MW)" (11/2023) K&L Notes: John Livingstone Learmonth The Cradle of the Rhone: "full yello...
Price: $199.99

98 points Decanter: "Surprisingly full-bodied for L'Ermite, richer in body than a classic vintage. This is precise and fine, with notes of lemon verbena and struck flint. Reductive now, so give it time, but there's great drive and focus. Unusually high acidity (3.2-3.3 pH) which is rare for Marsanne. From east-facing vineyards situated around the chapel, which are the only white vineyards on the granitic part of Hermitage, other than Dard & Ribo's plots. Drinking window: 2025-2055. (MW)" (11/2023) K&L Notes: John Livingstone Learmonth The Cradle of the...
Price: $469.99

97 points Decanter: "This has the characteristic breadth and fat of De l'Orée, with a surprisingly bright and piercing acidic line. Rich, ripe mango, with a touch of pineapple, the alcohol and oak are both surprisingly well balanced for a vintage like 2022. Not the most mineral or fine perhaps, but very good. From 60-year-old vines in the lieu-dit Les Murets at the top of the hill on heavy, water-retaining soils. (MW)" (11/2023) K&L Notes: John Livingstone Learmonth the Cradle of the Rhone: "attractive yellow; the nose carries a discreet honeysuckle, f...
Price: $199.99

94 points Decanter: "Full-bodied, silky and fresh. The reduction is well controlled, a touch of struck match brings complexity. Fine, elegant, bold but well balanced. From the east-facing lieu-dit St-Joseph. Drinking window: 2024-2035. (MW)" (11/2023) K&L Notes: John Livingstone Learmonth The Cradle of the Rhone: "deep yellow; the bouquet is firm, well centred, has a ginger, salted tone, a cooked peach air. The palate bears suave content with a fine level of freshness, extends with a sure grace, its oiliness and suave feel appealing. It can develop fur...
Price: $59.99

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