Immaculate expression of variety and region. Typicity up to its gills – and a single vineyard wine to boot. I’m in the midst of writing a book called (provocatively?) Why The French Hate Us: The Real Story of Australian Wine – and it’s wines like this that I’m going to ram forward. This is pure, piercing, lingering and lovely. It’s cutely zesty and acidic, as a wine of this quality should be. It will be gorgeous in ten years – as, with oysters, it is gorgeous right now. Drink: 2008-2019. 95 points.
Campbell Mattinson – The Wine Front – July 2007.