Appearance - clear and bright with a medium intensity lemon hue.
Nose - clean, youthful, medium plus intensity aromas of ripe stone fruits, lots of quince, a suave buttery nuance, some zesty marmalade and some citrus, ripe lemon notes.
Palate - dry, medium plus acidity, medium plus body and alcohol. Medium plus flavor intensity replicating the ripe stone fruits, distinct ripe quince and the buttery notes. Some ripe tropical hints of melon. It is more intensely citric on the palate, with even a bitter note on the medium lengthy finish.
Conclusion (16/20) - nicely made wine, good fruit weigh with great intensity on the nose and palate. Smooth, creamy texture shows the alcoholic structure and the roundness of lees stiring in its mouthcoating volume. Structure and ripeness balanced by a refreshing, appetizing acidity, well accomplished. To drink now through this winter.