(2019) Everything hand-made, including riddling by hand. From highest vineyards in Robertson at 500 metres. All Pinot Noir, zero dosage. Around 18 months on the lees. A little meatiness and toastiness and plenty of creamy red berries. Lovely fruit sweetness and the ripeness makes for an effortless zero dosage wine.
(2019) For not a huge amount more than the NV, a big step up in quality. This is 96% Pinot, a co-pressing with the Chardonnay and has four years on the lees. Only 5g/l dosage. Paler than the NV rosé, much more yeast and biscuit than the NV, a little bracken and truffle, but racy red fruits. The palate has beautiful limpid creaminess, a delicate fruit character, but has the creamy weight and sharply-focused acidity.