(2021) From a hot, dry vintage that saw the smallest production yet for this wine, the 64% Chardonnay and 36% Pinot Noir blend spent 15 Months on the lees and saw full malolactic. 2,000 cases produced. It opens with subtle, refined pear and apple, a touchy of yeasty and lightly earthy character, even a touch of clove. Despite a lowly 5.5g/l dosage, there is an impression of sweetness in the mouth, quite intense, with a lick of saltiness and of bitters in the finish. No UK retail stockists listed at time of review.