(2021) Named because half of the vineyard was destroyed by a fallen power line igniting a fire, but this sourced from the old vines that survived. 50% whole bunches, foot pressed, and fermented and aged in 300-litre French oak barrels. A beautifully perfumed wine this, there's a spicy and herbaceous lift, that touch of hessian in the background from the stems, but lovely fruit and lift. The palate is smooth and ripe, a creamier mouthfeel than the Bondar, but similarly bright red fruit. Tannins very fine, cherry-ripe acidity lovely.