(2016) A blend of 45-year-old Syrah, with 30% Grenache, with yields of just 30hl/ha. Half of this cuvée was aged in oak for one year. I'd suggest decanting this slightly brooding wine, with its tight, dark red fruit nose, hinting at black olive and briar, but muscular and tight. On the palate there is considerable concentration, with the tannin and the deep, ripe, sweet but savoury core of black fruit filling the mouth, a chewy seriousness to the finish, with bittersweet acidity and very good, gently spicy length. An un-flashy but serious and structured, meaty red that should cellar.