94 points - Halliday Wine Companion (James Halliday)
Lemon oil, lanolin, ripe apricot and durian aromas spring from the glass, before a bite and dusting of coconut sprinkles is conferred by high quality, new French oak. The palate boasts considerable breadth and some leesy detail following partial barrel fermentation, while strutting across a riff of high-wired, slatey acidity. Long and punchy.89 pts - Mike Bennie, WineFront
Brisk and fruity, fun and flirty. A sniff of tropical fruits, cut grass, green capsicum, lanolin. Palate is pretty with sweet and sour fruitiness, well balanced in that regard, builds in grassiness to taste, and it finishes with a refreshing, perky twist of lime juice. Easy to drink, fresh-feeling.