James Halliday Review : Has now confidently entered what Dom Perignon's chief winemaker Richard Geoffroy would call its second plenitude, the richness of early maturity, honey and toast making their first appearance, but with more to come.
Decanter Review : These wines are a true reflection of the region and are of outstanding quality. Neil Paulett holds back a small parcel of Riesling from the most successful vintages for an extended maturation in the winery`s cellar. After 5 years this dry Riesling has blossomed into an expressive golden wine, with a nose of lemon zest and acacia with hints of honey and toast but with an underlining crispness. Citrus flavours of lime are evident and with a delightful freshness and acidity through to the finish.
This wine is superb with oysters and prawns or spicy Asian dishes.