I’ve never had a Gary Farr white wine before. This is slightly Burgundian.
Chardonnay 2006, By Farr
A fresh, bright nose of lemon fruit. There is some weight here. It is not the most complex of noses. The palate has a reasonable degree of weight and is passably tits out. It has very good acidity and the oak treatment feels pretty sophisticated. It seems more complex on the palate than on the nose. Has some length. Pretty good, but not as good as his Pinot and Syrah.
“Passably tits out”? Does that mean that the tits are almost, but not quite all the way out? Or that the tits themselves are only passable? I think this really needs to be clarified.