(2019) A tricky year to choose for the first vintage, this 2005 is surprisingly fresh and balanced. The ripeness is still palpable, a wine of linearity rather than complexity. More importantly, heaviness has been avoided! Honeyed, slightly peachy style. With a little warmth and aeration, creamy walnut aromas begin to emerge from the glass. An attractive wine that hits the balance between fruit and maturity. I probably wouldn’t age this wine as long as some might, I feel it is almost ready to go, so drink from 2019 until 2025. Price quoted at time of review is in-bond.