(2020) Tasted from a half bottle, which the estate prepares for such tastings. Only around 19% new oak for ageing, and around a third fermented with whole bunches. The colour is softening to a pale ruby, lots of spices and rose notes, touches of clove and incense. The palate has a generous, ripe and sweet fruit, cherryish with soft rhubarb notes, little touches of chocolate and spice, finishing with a tang of juicy orange acidity. Price and stockist at time of reveiw are for the 2017 vintage.