"The 2014 Fleurfontein is made from dried grapes, squeezing the stems with long pliers to build up the sugar. After three or four weeks, Alex and his teams pass through the vineyard to check that the grapes are raisining. It undergoes a little skin contact and pressed straight into new and old barrels where it matures for 18 months without inoculation. Clear honey in color. The nose is very pure with honey, acacia and tangerine that is very well defined. This is nicely focused and pure. The palate is medium-bodied with a honeyed opening, a fine line of acidity and a precise, very focused finish with yellow plum and orange zest lingering in tantalizing fashion. - Neal Martin."
- Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate (November 2015), 94pts