(2021) Fruit is sourced from the seaside Te Awanga and gravelly Bridge Pa, the wine spending one year in French oak, around one-third new. The nose of this pale green/straw-coloured wine is very Burgundian, hints of stones and flint, citrus and a little apple pie note of buttery pastry and fruit, some hazelnut too. In the mouth very good energy and thrust, confit lemon and juicy, bright orchard fruits, hints of more tropical mango and lychee, but then the sandwich of creamy oak and crisp acidity completes the finish. No UK stockists listed at time of review.