Fresh, zesty, juicy and full, this fruit-driven, New World-style enhances the senses without adding the racy overload. Tropical fruit with a fresh herbaceous character, balanced with zesty passionfruit and a dry finish. Offering good value, the 2018 vintage (4*) is a fresh, full-bodied, strongly varietal Wairau Valley wine, with good vigour and intensity of tropical-fruit and herbaceous flavours, crisp, dry and lingering. Michael Cooper One of the very first, back in 1975, to put a spade into stony Marlborough soils and plant grapevines, Allan Scott has very much been there, done that. As head of his eponymous vinous empire, he has, over decades, forged a reputation for exacting quality and gone on to establish a strongly family-oriented and independent enterprise that involves wife Catherine, son Josh and daughters Victoria and Sara as integral members.
93 POINTS: Wine Spectator Magazine