(2016) Around 15% oak fermented. Kimmeridgean soils on the slopes of the Cru, with more stones that the two left bank wines. Big fruit again here too, a touch of vanilla or brioche, and there’s some salts and flint. The lemon jelly freshness of the fruit comes through on the palate, but it floats on a raft of chalky acidity and that sharply focused citrus pith acidity, salts and mineral freshness to the fore. Lay & Wheeler are currently selling the 2014 vintage.