(2018) One of my favourite of the Torres wines, from a single vineyard (actually a monopole Clos) dedicated to Chardonnay in Penedes. Twelve months in French oak 300-litre barrels (60% new) and a lovely lime jelly purity, gently buttery and waxy nose, very Meursault-like perhaps, a sheen of oatmeal and almond beneath. In the mouth real purity: lime again, but zesty and fresh, the buttery notes adding texture. Could certainly do with an ounce more zip and raciness to really shine, but a terrific attempt at top notch Chardonnay really.