Emerald. Billows now with a maturing marzipan and key lime sweetness. The acidity is rounded off to form a refined frame from which the flavors have fully blossomed. Steel and oyster at the end. Now.
Three years on.
Emerald. A brisk, irrepressible nose: citrus zest, kelp, fusil and fleur du sel. Northern lights bright, penetrating and piquant on the palate; in texture, tactile and a bit chewy: lemon skin, pithy citrus, green apple core. This has a rewarding maritime undertow, a sea-shell infused minerality cutting right though the center. A limey acidity. A correct Fourchaume. Now – 2020+