(2019) Made in new Hungarian oak, aged for 13 months, and for 2019 will be adding some amphora elements. Partial wild ferment. Free run juice only. Nice tobacco-like, nutty and toasty nose, but certainly plenty of charry oak. The plate has loads of fruit, a really nice burst of lemon rind moving into peach, then a lovely acid balance. Oak could tame down a little, but a lovely wine. No UK retailer at time of review.