(2022) Some 62-year-old vines in the blend here, along with 32-year-old, all planted on terra rossa. After open-top fermentation the wine spent a full 28 months in a combination of new French and American oak, plus a portion of older French oak. Again, a hint of warming brick on the rim, and a fine, classical nose, all about grapite and cedar, with understated tobacco spice and black fruits. There's a touch of hessian too. Flooded with creamy fruit on the palate, a sweet and supple blackcurrant with a nicely roughening rasp of plum skin tannin and acidity. Long, the tannins chewy despite the whole picture being medium-bodied, and very pleasing. Seeking UK distribution at time of review.