(2021) Like 2017, poor flowering and low yields, but 'smooth sailing' throught the summer with plenty of warmth and some heat spikes towards harvest where sugars rose and "there was a frenzy" to harvest, though a fine vintage. 20% whole bunches here, fermented in oak with wild yeasts, then racked to new and one year French oak of different sizes for 11 months, plus 10 months more of ageing in bottle. Crimson, but not dense, the perfume here is gorgeous, lift of cherries and old roses, the palate brimming with sweet but still crunchy fruit: cold cherries and a touch of pomegranate, a lovely finish of fine, ripe tannins and acids that supports beautifully.