(2019) After 10 years in the cellar under screwcap, a Pinot in perfect condition and so drinkable: just gaining a little brick colour on the rim, the nose has spices and tobacco, and sweet cherry fruit, quite figgy and rich. On the palate that lovely sour orange and sour cherry acidity drives this, sweet and earthy, in-filled with smokiness and more tobacco wreathed around the fruit and acid core, the tannins resolved but still adding a firm edge into the finish. Price and stockist quoted at time of review is for the 2015 vintage.