98+ Points - Stuart McCloskey
Robert’s 2010 was one of my standout wines of 2017 however, the 2012’s incisiveness and energy gives it the edge for me, which is quite a thrill. The wine needs decanting and opens beautifully in the glass with a stunningly complex nose. Perhaps the maritime climate of Margaret River has captured the very essence of marine life with oyster shell clearly evident on the nose. There is...
17 Points - Julia Harding (JancisRobinson.com)
Cedary oak with something like celery salt on the nose. Crisp citrus, lots of mealy oak and a strong toasty aftertaste, with just a touch of struck match. Deep in fruit and really would have been too to early to drink this before now. It is still oaky but has the freshness of fruit to handle it.