"Coriole is a pioneer of the variety in the region, an incongruous pairing given chenin's cooler climatic proclivity. Yet, this is very good. Sudsy wet wool, lemon curd and toffee apple. Dry, gently flinty and as voluminous and slippery of feel as it is taut. A wine without the tensile ferocity of the Loire, yet fidelitous to the region and an exemplar because of it. 92 points"
Ned Goodwin, Wine Companion