This interplay of brightness and richness make it an excellent match with a broad range of foods, from butternut squash ravioli with fried sage, to veal piccata, to scallops in a cream sauce, although it’s equally at home with a humble wedge of tangy Parmesan cheese.
92 points Wine Enthusiast
This is a nicely made wine, its oak barrel-influence up front yet subdued. Caramel, lemon curd and graham cracker are complemented by mineral components of stone and sea air in addition to an impressive lift of tangerine. The quenching acidity doesn't prevent the texture from feeling lush but all is ultimately balanced and bright.
91 points James Suckling
A floral chardonnay with loquat, green apples and green mangoes. Medium body, bright acidity and a mineral-driven finish. Drink now.
90 points Wine Spectator
Powerful toasty and grainy accents fill this high-toned version, which features dried white fruit and tropical flavors, with toffee notes on the finish. Drink now through 2022.