In the realm of wine connoisseurs and enthusiasts, the name Jamie Goode of WineAnorak carries an unparalleled reputation. As a testament to the expertise and discerning palate of Goode, the latest collection of wines from Penn Croft has been subjected to his scrutiny, and the results are nothing short of spectacular. In this blog post, we delve into the tasting notes and reviews that Goode has bestowed upon Penn Croft's 2022 Bacchus, Village Bacchus, and 2021 Pinot Blanc, revealing the intricate flavour profiles and impressive scores that have set these wines apart.
Penn Croft Bacchus 2022
"Lively lime and elderflower nose is quite assertive. Lovely concentration and depth on the palate with nice dense citrus fruit, a touch of pear, and very fine green hints adding a Sauvignon-like character. Great concentration here."
Penn Croft Village 2022
"Fresh, vivid and pure with lovely lemon and elderflower fruitiness, showing a nice smooth texture with the sweet fruit backed up by nice acidity. Lovely delicacy, with a slight chalkiness to the fruit, finishing fine and zesty."
Penn Croft Pinot Blanc 2021
"There’s some generosity here with a creamy, smooth undercurrent to the citrus and table grape fruit. Has a hint of cherry and marzipan, too. Lovely expression of this variety, especially impressive because of the tough vintage."
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