(2016) Every single wine in this line up has been excellent so far, but this is the first of a series that really knocked my socks off. Masses of gunflinty reduction, the complex sulphide character immediately arresting and appealing, with stones and seashells, and a core of nutty Cox’s pippin apple fruit. So sweetly fruited on the palate, masses of ripe stone fruits and a wonderfully clear acid length, so much tang and vibrancy, that salty mineral quality so thrilling. Note that the only UK stockist I can see, Berry Bros, is already onto the 2014 vintage by the six-bottle case.