(2019) From the Boot Hill vineyard, and selected Dijon and German clones of Pinot Noir, half of the fruit was dropped during the growing season to concentrate what remained. Matured for six months in French oak, 20% new, 80% older. There's a plump, ripe red fruit richness to this aromatically, a nice little floral, violetty touch too, and beneath an authentic hint of game or truffle just adding an extra dimension. In the mouth it is silky-textured and again there's a bit of slick, creamy richness to the red fruits. Good cherry-skin acidity and easy-going, fine tannins complete a very convincing picture.