(2022) Originally a sheep and cattle station, the family diversified into vines in the late 1990s. At 600-650 metres, on silty clay soils with some limestone, the wine was matured in oak puncheons for 12 months, 30% new. From a slightly warmer site, but still a fresh style, the nose has chocolate and mint, as well as a mix of blackcurrant and brighter cherry fruit. The palate has a lovely bounce and freshness, plenty of acidity here, gripping along with fine but sandy tannins. Juicy with plenty of tang and some herby-spice notes.