"Hand-harvested fruit across a tightly planted vineyard in Beechworth serves a sleek chassis, driven by thirst-slaking acid cylinders and a body toned by peach, nectarine, apricot and the finest French oak in which this mid-bodied beauty has settled into a finely tuned groove of tension and generosity. Nougatine and creamy cashew at its core, conferring warmth. Layered, impeccably integrated and searingly long, this is very fine...Rating 97 Points."
Ned Goodwin MW, Halliday's Wine Companion 2020
"Stonefruit, lemon peel, fennel, white flowers, nougat and some struck match. It’s flavoursome, a little toasty and spicy, intense almost grapefruity acidity along with a caramel richness, distinct chalky/quartz-like texture, pulp and pith citrus bitterness on a very long finish. A very good Chardonnay here. Very. Rated : 95 Points"
Gary Walsh - The Wine Front TWF
Powerful, harmonious aromas of citrus flowers, pear, stone fruit, flint, nougat and toasted hazelnuts results in an aromatic tension and complexity without sacrificing freshness and minerality.
The palate has a striking intensity of flavour. An abundance of citrus, stone fruit, freshly sliced pear, spices, and mineral some coffee, a touch of gun smoke, pronounced spice, and subtle, integrated oak. All these complex flavours are underpinned by an underlying raciness and bright acidity.
Amazing length with Savaterre's signature stony minerality. This wine is delicious now and will continue to evolve and improve for the next 8-12 years.