(2019) 70% Sauvignon Blanc this has a herbaceous pea-shoot and asparagus character, moving onto the palate which has a bold fruitiness, plenty of zing and zip in a Marlborough style, that little hint of sweetness to ease the acidity of the finish.
(2019) Made in new Hungarian oak, aged for 13 months, and for 2019 will be adding some amphora elements. Partial wild ferment. Free run juice only. Nice tobacco-like, nutty and toasty nose, but certainly plenty of charry oak. The plate has loads of fruit, a really nice burst of lemon rind moving into peach, then a lovely acid balance. Oak could tame down a little, but a lovely wine. No UK retailer at time of review.