(2016) There's a nice red liquorice stripe to this, with a hint of meatiness too, but yet again the house style of deep and luxurious oak character and plush fruit is there. Not quite so rich and full on the palate as the Faizeau, very dry and nicely in balance, and I like the 'quieter' quality of the oak, though admittedly it does not quite have the mouth-filling presence of the Faizeau. Not stockist and price quoted at time of review is for the 2011 vintage.