The aroma is made out of spheres. Lime an some stone fruit. There is also some spice.
Dry character, penetrating, artic fresh, everything hides behind a curtain. Does it really matter to decompose or to describe the wine like a mathematical equation? It does not seems so. Just drink it.
Mineral, lemon and orange zest blended in the aromas.
A clash between lemon and herbs. Dry character, full of life, full of youth and still with muscle. It has a thin mandarin layer that makes it appetizing, leading, swirling. Full of character, full of everything.
Spicy, light vanilla, ripeness bursts slightly in the mouth, Impresses more by being intense without becoming heavy. Keeps the vanilla blended with oak and anise hints as a key denominator. Enjoyable, but I would like to have much more complexity for the fact is made from old vines.