(2023) Fewer than 600 bottles of this Chardonnay from the gravel soils of the Bridge Pa Triangle where made, the vineyard in conversion to organic farming. Fermented in French oak with wild yeast, it spent nine months on the lees and did not undergo malolactic. Gravelly and creamy at the same time, there's a touch of toasty hazelnut and plenty of ripe stone fruit and apple, and edge of flint. In the mouth there's a breadth and chewiness to the texture, the fruit still in that yellow plum and peach, and ripe juicy red apple spectrum. Good balance here, a lovely cleansing acid core, and a long finish showing just a hint of nuttiness and spice. No UK stockists at time of review.