Floral, fruity, salty, wet-stone minerality and lightly peachy with a rich, grippy texture, high acidity, tight core and bone dry. The wine is fermented on the skins for 3 days and the vines are grown in sandy soils with rocks. The wine is a little unsettled, but has all the components to suggest that some age will allow all the components to become focused and integrated. The producer suggests waiting 3 to 5 years. Don’t feel shy to geek out over this one.
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