(2019) The blend is 70% chardonnay, 30% Pinot Noir and again, zero dosage. Very Champagne-like, with lots of sour lemon and bruised fruit, massive fruit sweetness on the palate, but a terrific mineral and salts acid focus into a long finish. Hugely impressive.
(2019) Fabulous toast, the 12 week barrel proportion adding creaminess and there's a real umami, meaty character here. On the palate it has a slightly broader, nutty apple character, the finesse is there, but weight and texture too. 6g/l dosage.
(2019) Zero dosage. At least four years on the lees, but usually six. Good depth of colour here, almost a light rosé, plenty of small bubbles. Very meaty, loads of umami here, a touch of brioche and leafiness. On the palate mouthfilling and broad, some red fruits, lots of crunchy fresh apple and pear, and lovely acidity, not missing the sweetness of dosage at all.