"Expect a delightfully classic Gewurztraminer character - Tinhorn's version is consistently expressive and perfumed. Notes of rose oil and lychee, orange blossom water and exotic spices, mango and freshly peeled ginger demand attention. Equally decadent on the palate; it is potent and concentrated, reminiscent of its Alsatian counterparts. Excellent balance and a lengthy zesty finish. Pair with holiday turkey, exotic fare, dishes with a bit of chili pepper heat or warm Munster cheese” - Daenna Van Mulligan, Wine Diva Reviews, August 2017.
91 points - Daenna Van Mulligan, Wine Diva Reviews.
Soft yellow and emerald flecks in its youth. Nose is big ripe lychee, papaya and banana. Very expressive. Opens up to Turkish delight and spring flowers; honey suckle and daffodil. Absolutely beautiful! Palate is lush with exotic fruit, candied citrus and Manuka honey. Long and complex finish with a noticeable lifted sweetness compared to previous vintages. Noble Rot is a beautiful thing.