Medium deep colour here, medium straw with a slight hint of green, brilliant. The bubbles are small but quite lively. The nose starts out quite discreetly, pure style, no presence of oak here, rather Chardonnay-driven with hints of citrus, some green apple, some notes of almond, a whiff of hazelnut as well. Still in a fairly youthful stage, not really a lot of aged complexity or hints of lees contact. Good grip on the palate, quite dry; no sensation of sweetness on the palate. It’s a vibrant acidity as well, quite nice acidity with a nice creaminess on the mid-palate. I would call this rather a light towards medium bodied style, more in a pure fresh Chardonnay style. It has a certain length, it keeps lingering, so medium towards long finish I would say. It’s well-balanced, still a bit on the young side so it’s probably something that could develop, but it drinks pretty well right now. Nicely made.
Tasted by the Best Sommelier of the World, Andreas Larsson.