Before I get started on this review, I must say that this is a bold, divisive wine that is sure to split opinion. With that said, I love it.
The nose is a glorious adventure of the unusual. There are aromas of banana peel, black tea, bubblegum and dried herbs, with white pepper.
The palate on the Litmus Orange is equally compelling, with a fusion of grassy aromatics and grilled tropical fruits.
The finish is long and drawn-out, with interesting notes of white pepper, grape skin tannin and an unusual union of tropical gummy sweets and funky bruised fruit notes. A hugely distinctive and compelling wine.
A medley of peach, apricot and hints of cranberry, with butterscotch and spiced oak on the finish.
A brilliantly complex, maverick Orange Bacchus that was fermented on skins for 16 weeks.
A remarkably developed Chardonnay-rich white blend with stunning citrus cut through & wondrous textures.
Distinctive and elegant, a rather excellent and balanced wine.
A rich luxurious White Pinot Noir with white Burgundy like texture and weight.
An outstanding English white wine with lots of depth and texture.