None of father David and son Callum Powell's wines could be accused of being wallflowers. But in the case of these two classic white Rhône varieties, turning the volume up can yield tasty results. This gold-and-green hued wine smells like a jar of just-opened wildflower honey, backed by baked apple and baking spice. The mouthfeel is broad and viscous; an opulent wine but one that strikes a balance of freshness and richness, with well-integrated oak and a saline, fruit pit finish.
94 points, Christina Pickard, Wine Enthusiast (May 2021)