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(2023) This Pinot dominated blend (80%) with Chardonnay was one of my favourites, four years on the lees enriching the extremely low dosage wine with autolytic biscuit and brioche, and very sparky lemon fruit on the nose. The palate is clean lean, without being harsh; just a poised, elegant wine with good length and balance, the freshness and appetising character never in doubt.
(2021) Made from vines that are 60 years old on average, and quite different from the white label, made with wild yeasts and with lees ageing. Distinctive,  slightly more wild and herbal aromas, pungent, smoky and flinty, lemon rind and peach stones. The palate has a a Chablis-like character, again that flint, ripe apple and lemon, a full texture and quite slippery, oily mouthfeel with excellent concentration, length, and a saline, mouthwatering finish.
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