(2017) The blend contains 77% Chardonnay, which is higher than usual. Lovely struck match complex sulphides on the nose, a little toffee, and the orchard fruits have delicious juiciness and length, fine, long, tapering acids in a lovely wine. The sweet fruit so nicely balanced against the creamy acidity. Note that online retailer Justincases is offering a six pack of this for £139.50 inc VAT at time of writing: £23.95 per bottle.
(2017) Brighter, but also more leesy than the Bream Creek, a combination of some nettle and herbs, nougat and bright apple fruit. The palate has a lovely softly foaming mousse, with again a sweeter finish, but delightful balance and length.