(2021) One of the newer entrants into the market, a family producer with 10 hectares planted on their family estate in 2010 and first vintage 2014. Planning permission has just been granted to build a winery, but for now the wines are made at Hattingly Valley. Soils are chalk and flint, on south-facing gravelly clay. In crop rotation for 150 years, so soil in top condition. It's a lovely blend of 65% Chardonnay with the two Pinots, quite powerful aromatically, yeasty and biscuity, with a preserved lemon intensity. Mouthfilling mousse, rich again, but fine souring acidity of pink grapefruit and lemon, the peachiness of the mid-palate swept along into the finish.