The nose and palate, shows concentrated orange and yellow stone fruits, with hints of spice, zesty citrus and blossoms. The palate is full, textured and very nuanced with a lingering after taste. The DeMorgenzon Maestro White 2012 was whole bunch pressed and chilled before pressing. Then it was naturally fermented in small French oak barrels, and the varieties were kept separate. It was then aged for 11 months and blended after separate ageing for 8 months. It was further aged in a barrel and lastly left on the lees in cement eggs for a further three months. Light filtration and fining took place before bottling.