In 2013 the winter was extremely wet, and rain continued to fall heavily until April 2013. This was beneficial because it restored the soils water reserves, which were very low after 2 dry years. A cool and wet spring preceded a dry hot summer, with virtually no rain. These evolution of climatic conditions, conditioned the evolution of the vegetative cycle, resulting into a low production year and delaying ripening in the vineyards by 10 days. Thus the white grapes harvest started a little later than normal, with grapes in excellent condition, which produced flavourful musts, full of freshness, with good equilibrium and harmony.
A good mineral backbone with some satisfying roundness in the mouth. Fine aromatic nose that will open up in the glass, with some wild cedar notes. Lovely structure. To drink today, but may age well in bottle for several years to come.