100% Roditis from 15-20 year old vines, grown on clay and limestone. Spontaneous fermentation, with 6-8 months of elevage in old oak. No fining, filtration and minimal SO2 at bottling. Sour gooseberry and fresh Mediterranean sea salt on the nose, that spills over into the refreshing but puckering palate. Modestly weird: let the first sip sit in your mouth for a full minute, then wait a moment before diving in again. Is this what a flower garden tastes like?