No shortage of personality in this offering from Ray Nadeson and the Lethbridge crew – and we’ve come to expect nothing less.
A complex array of scents; apricot blossom, leesy bread and funkier grilled cheese, roasted hazelnuts, lime and nectarine. It’s rich yet it maintains a distinctly savoury edge. Plenty of unforced textural appeal balanced by the almost intimidating presence of struck flint. Full-bodied, slippery and wild but never overblown. Tempted to go a point higher on account of the amount of intrigue generated. 92
Tasted: December 2013