"Bindi hasn’t put a step wrong in its dual-generation existence, and continues on a righteous path of unswerving attention to vineyard, gentle application of winemaking, great thought in every aspect of wine-vine life. Michael Dhillon would have to be one of the youngest professorial wine thinkers going around. Bindi’s legend and legacy is well on its way, as we know. Here’s another release to admire over time.
A nice mesh of lemon lime, floral notes, peanut brittle, ginger in the bouquet. All understated, all good. Palate is light and juicy, bright, crisp, shows some good fruitiness, a touch of nutty savouriness, a barely there saline character. Fine, delicious, great expression here. Layering in so much understated complexity and character. ‘Delicious’ is another message, despite the rest of the complexity here, and a fine message it is."
Mike Bennie, The Wine Front - 94 points