Have a lot of time for the Williams Crossing wines, in general.
This is a particularly stalky, stemmy, peppery release, the firmness of its tannin and giant strides of savouriness putting structure well ahead of fruit. In style at least its seems more like a reserve or cellarworthy release, rather than an entry or ready-to-rip version. Not that there’s anything wrong with that. At this early stage it feels over-wrought but how it reacts to time will be both interesting, and the ultimate decider of its quality. Drink 2019-2024+
88+ Points - Campbell Mattinson, The Wine Front.