(2019) Barrel-fermented and aged for 10 months in bigger, older oak. Lovely Brazil nut and buttery touches here, the fruit is citrussy with a bit of that melon skin and lime peel, almost waxy character. The palate is taut and juicy, nothing showy here, but that taut, intense character extends to the finish.
(2019) Whole bunches are pressed into barrel for fermentation, followed by 16 months in oak. There's a lovely wild yeast light earth and toast to this, a very dry slightly nutty and herby but not herbaceous character. The bracing, saline character of the palate is delightfully mouth-watering, and though the fruit is fat and lemony, the whole picture is tensioned by that acidity and hint of greenness. Imported by Alliance Wines, but I cannot see a retail stockist at time of review.