(2019) Full, ripe and rich, but a little game note as well as plenty of toasty oak influence. Sweet and bold, cherry jam and a good acidity, a rustic edge of tannin.
(2019) Plenty of fat, rich, sunshine fruit and full creamy and buttery vanillin oak. Loads of big Chardonnay sweetness, and delicious if you like that style.
(2019) Yes, 2008 is correct, from this Sauvignon-focused operation that wants to prove the variety's ageability. Three months on the lees. Toasty, lemony, very much like an old Semillon with fabulous flavour and fruit. Great lengrh and natural sweetness. No UK stockist for this vintage at time of review.
(2019) The same vineyard that produced the 2008 tasted alongside. Very light, just a touch of minerals and soft leafy herbs, but no astringent greenness. Real fruit sweetness, a brilliant bold citrus, edging into tropical, and then the sheer acidity pushing through.
(2019) All Chardonnay. Big Champagne nose, nettle and bruised fruit, a touch of biscuit. The palate has lots of lemon and crunchy apple, a touch of flint, long, but again a fizz on the more sharply defined spectrum.
(2019) Wild fermented and going through 100% malolactic fermentation, it has a lovely nose, the touch of truffle to the creamy soft oak and such sweetness, a real purity of ripe fleshy peachy, but has thrilling acid balance.
(2019) Two years in French oak. Proper cab nose, a touch of balsamic and leafy green, plenty of juiciness, loads of free running plum juice and black cherry skins, a nice exotic hint of flowers and herbs.
(2019) Both this and the Brut spend 24 months on the lees and have around 8g/l dosage. Very nice yeast and biscuity, crisp apple nose from 75% Pinot Noir and 25% Chardonnay. A very crisp and dry style. Pithy lemon dryness, a very high acid style, the dosage just off-setting.
(2019) 60% chardonnay, 40% Pinot with 12g/l residual sugar, this spends 18 months on the lees. There's a sparky herb freshness to this, plenty of racy glacé lemon, in a brisk but satisfying style.
(2019) Nine  months French and American oak. Big, buttery golden Chardonnay, plenty of golden sweet fruit, toast and creaminess. Fabulously old school, but great fun if you hanker after that style. No UK stockists at time of review.