(2020) The 14.5% alcohol surprises, but what a lovely wine made from 40-year-old vines. Buttery lanolin quality, lime and orange rind and waxiness, some Brazil nut leesiness. The palate bursts with sweeet fruit, nectarine juice and then the acidity, and then that little bit of phenolic grip adds a serious note to the finish. No UK retail listing at time of review.