(2018) A really nice, cool-character Chardonnay from Colchagua's more coastal vineyards, fermented with wild yeasts and with only a small proportion fermented and aged in French oak. Lime and peach fruit touched by creamy oak lead on to a palate that's citrussy and fresh, with a nice saline lick of salty acidity, and a long finish where the ripe fruit and creamy oak just fattens nicely.
(2016) This is a powerful Wild Sauvignon, with both a beefy 14% alcohol and a thwack of oak that seems to slightly dominate both nose and palate. There is a huge core of herbaceous character, and a mineral intensity, making this a formidable and profound example that has such concentration and such deeply-etched aromas and flavours that it is just a little less approachable as a drink right now than some, but which is hugely impressive. It's a wine that will integrate and improve further.