Wine experts say this White wine is barrel fermented, then aged in oak for almost two years. The secret is found in the intense, plush mouthfeel, which promises aging. At four years of age, the fruit has barely faded and the rich flavors of raspberries, sweet figs and just a touch of smoke, Anne of Clemock lies somewhere in the middle of the finish. Give it until 2023 at least. Gorgeous, with ripe raspberry notes, fresh orange peel, sweet oak and more, this is one of the best Sauvignon Blancs of the last several years. There`s some sharp acidic detail, but it`s mostly just sweet and tart, and the flavors run toward Asian pears and nectarines. It`s delicious now, but there`s a certain cloying that suggests maturity through 2021. This wine is bone dry, and very tannic, as befits a Central Coast red wine, this bottling is often impressive but rarely is.