This wine has an electric presence in the glass. The nose displays warm notes as lees contact and barrel tag team to deliver sweet spice and a touch of vanilla. Minor nuttiness appears quickly then gives way to classic green apple, lime zest and pear. A lot to check out and even more as it warms when a saline quality kicks in. Mouth-watering acidity jumps out right away to remind that drinking Four Winds is never a dull experience. A polished and soft landing leads to lemon drop, apple and dried apricot. Salt and slight reduction enters the picture as does a kiss of wood. Complexity, concentration and length keep this wine interesting throughout the bottle.