Bright golden straw.
Sea breeze, citrus in the form of lime, honeydew melon, white peach blossoms all combine with the delicate oak spice.
Fresh picked white peach and lime driven citrus merge with the balanced, yet driving acidity. Subtle oak & lees contact, along with malolactic notes, lend a savoury contrast to the fine boned mineral framework.
We feel this is our most complete release under the Williams Crossing label to date. So therefore we expect more than usual for the cellar too. Already drinking well now and given its firm acid spine, courtesy of the cool 2011 vintage, we expect graceful bottle development over the next 6 years.