"Complex, youthful core of fruit and wood spices. Layers of dried herb and exotic tea. Dry and equally complex on the palate with flavours that mirror the nose plus many more that emerge and evolve as the wine opens up in the glass. Firm youthful tannins and acidity to match, a core of fruit and minerality suggesting crushed rocks. Dried herb, layers of wood spice, lengthy finish, youthful and dry. Best from 2022 through 2032."
Cameron Douglas, MS - Reviewed June 2019
By Bob Campbell MW, The Real Review (Mar 2020)
A couple of newly released Quartz Reef wines crossed my tasting table recently – both earned an unhesitating gold score from me.