Light golden colour. Generous nose here. Displaying quite ripe fruit; stone fruit, like peach, apricot and yellow plum. Also with some nutty notes, roasted nuts or almond. Might be a slight hint of oak ageing involved. Good brightness on the palate here. Medium towards full-bodied. On the palate, it feels less influenced by oak. There is still a good grip there with both ripe fruit and a great deal of acidity. It appears a bit more exotic on the palate than on the nose. With some ripe herbs coming in there, like mint, so yeah, a slight hint of mint, with lemon and lime zest. A quite long and lingering finish.
Tasted by the Best Sommelier of the World, Andreas Larsson.