Grey Sands Pinot Blanc 2018 Reviews

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97 Points - Stuart McCloskey ?Unfurling is the perfect word to describe how the bouquet develops with each passing sniff. A little aeration and served at the correct temperature (fridge cold is too cold) is the key to unravelling the complex bouquet. More orchard fruits (perhaps a little oxidised apple). Pear both fresh and in ?drop? form exudes with a deep core of crushed minerals ? slate and chalk dominate. The style and flavours are crystal clear, mouth-wateringly juicy and super fresh. More orchard fruits develop together with white flowers and a spine of chalk. On the whole, this is an elegant and beautifully aromatic wine which demands time in the cellar. The palate is pure and skilfully orchestrated. A great wine in development. My score reflects the need for more bottle age ? another point is sure to come in 3-5 years. Drinking now to 2030+. Served using Zalto Bordeaux glassware.?

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Ashmill House, Ashmill Business Park, Ashford Road

WOW!! This is AMAZING! Such a structured, delightful wine. Easily drinkable by itself, but very much for us a food wine, We enjoyed this with smoked salmon pate, the combination was sublime. Such a vibrant but balanced wine given its age. Our only dilemma is how to keep it for a few years to explore how it will unfold without the temptation to drink it!
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