(2017) Delightful fragrance and florals here, a little fudge and chocolate richness, but so much creamy black fruit that finishes spicy and smooth, a ripe and spicy finish with plenty of oak in a slightly bigger, but delicious style.
(2017) High, briary nose, with interesting herbaceous and floral notes, a little clove, solid fruit. The palate of this single vineyard wine has a beautiful fruit concentration and balance, the tannins, but also the roses and the exotic spice into a long, quite meaty finish.
(2017) Very Burgundian, with a nice hint of the farmyard and leafy undergrowth. The palate is deliciously racy, and I love the alacrity of this with creamy polished wood and cedar adding depth, but just lovely style.
(2017) Meatier, with an earthy and dusty character, this is foot trodden and spends six months in new oak then up to two years more in older barrel. There's a sweet and fleshy plum and blackcurrant ripeness, dark and dramatic, with a subtle chocolate and cherry spice.
(2014) A blend of four separate vineyard blocks, whole bunches were fermented in open fermenters with some hand plunging for extraction, before transfer to French oak, mostly 500-litre puncheons. Deliciously fragrant stuff this with exotic incense and sandalwood notes. An undercurrent of more open and generous, developed fruit. But then a tight, liquoricy hint of backbone and structure on the palate, off of which hangs lovely bittersweet fruit, a nip of tannin, an edge of tart cherry skins acidity and balance into a lovely, long finish.
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