(2022) Yes, a 2014 vintage, from a winery that buys its fruit from various sub-regions of the Finger Lakes. De-stemmed and fermented with natural yeasts and in to 500-litre neutral oak barrels for 36 months. It's a remarkable wine, with lovely bloody and forest floor development, but a perfume of red fruits and flowers comes through. In the mouth a stripe of liquorice to the chalky tannins and acids gives this real purpose, but the fruit and a gentle mocha coffee note adds balancing fruit and richness. Not in the UK at time of review.