"This invigorating wine, a year younger than the Zudugarai, is a tad racier, more on the citrusy side of the flavor spectrum. It would take a few years in the bottle to tame this one. ABV: 14.1 percent."
"(100% hondarrabi zuri): Bright straw. Mineral-accented lime, quinine and white flowers on the intensely perfumed nose. Silky and precise on the palate, with bright acidity giving lift and cut to lively flavors of citrus pith, green apple and ginger. Finishes with excellent mineral-driven persistence." - Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar (September/October 2014), 90 pts
"(raised in stainless steel tanks, with occasional lees-stirring) Pale gold. Spicy and focused on the nose, displaying fresh citrus and orchard fruit aromas as well as hints of salty minerals and jasmine. Juicy and seamless in texture, offering bitter lemon pith and pear skin flavors that spread out on the back half. Finishes with very good persistence, leaving mineral and floral notes behind. In a relatively ample style for a Txakoli but not at all short on vibrancy. - Josh Raynolds" - Vinous (January 2017), 90 pts