The Dog Point 2011 transferred his high suflites-like nose of eggs and others more and more to the most interesting taste compared to all other wines.
The most complex of Marlborough sauvignons is looking the goods in this warmer vintage. There's a heady reductive layer that delivers flinty grapefruit notes and lemon pith. The palate texture is superb; starts on point and builds weight and layers of texture through the mid-palate with abundant gooseberry and lime flavor, then finishes pure, focused and true. Drink now. 96/100