A super fragrant and structured Chenin Blanc. Another wine of ‘heightened’ colour from skin contact. The aromatics lean toward autumn orchard fruits: quince, apple, pear, a waft of windfallen nectarine and peach. There’s also citrus, peel and pith plus a fragrant yet-esoteric white flower note if you care to look deep into your wine, imagination and vinious vocabulary. Sure there’s texture there but it is in flux with the super high acid of this variety that can make Rieslings seem a little flabby. It’s so good, we shall meet again.