(2016) From a vineyard planted by a man called Ralph in 1988, sitting at 900 metres in the Clarendon hills, this is wine of relatively pale colour after 12 months in neutral barrels, but bursts with buoyant fruit, red berries and blackberries, a touch of chestnut in there, and some floral, herb touches too. Then, it floods onto the palate with a similar winning blend of bold, uncomplicated natural fruit concentration and underpinning structure. Lovely freshness to the acids too.