94 Points Wine Enthusiast
Haden Fig is a sister label to Evesham Wood. This stunningly good effort could hold its own with many Oregon Chardonnays costing three times as much. Tangy grapefruit, lemon and lime aromas open into a sappy and delicious wine with exceptional depth of flavor. There’s a pretty floral top note and a generous mouthfeel. The wine was fermented in neutral barrels with native yeast, went through full malolactic and excels on all levels.
91 Points James Suckling
This has very attractively complex aromas of toasted hazelnuts and gently flinty, grilled peaches, leading to a palate that has impressively taut and fresh acidity, which keeps the sliced melon and pears fresh. Neatly balanced. Drink now
In 2018 we once again used fruit from Mahonia Vineyard but added fruit from the Eola-Amity site, Von Oehsen. Fermented and aged entirely in neutral French oak (228L, Francois Freres). Lemon curd, brioche with citrus oil and slight creaminess on the the nose followed by a nicely textured mid-palate and bright finish.
$22.99 Regular Price