(2016) Another wine that straddles somewhere between rosé and red, made from a field blend of several varieties including Pinot Noir, Grenache, Gerwurtztraminer and Chardonnay. It's a fun wine, but not frivolous, with a texutural weight and complex aromas and flavours with more spice, earthiness and a touch of gamy depth that you may not have presumed from the blend.
(2014) A blend of 95% Chardonnay and 5% Pinot Nero, weighing in with 12.5% abv, this has a lemony/gold hue and plenty of small bubbles. There's a nice sense of yeastiness here, a gentle almond toastiness and something like cider apples. On the palate that apple quality dominates, the wine is fresh and has a rich leesiness, the sweetness of the fruit offset by a bone dry finish. Not the longest finish of the wines here, but as it is substantially the cheapest, very good value.