"The Nebbiolo block sits half way up the North Western slope, catching all available sunshine hours. The granitic sand over granite boulders and long, slow growing season provide a very special and unique terroir. This unique micro-climate and soil profile contribute lots of bright, fresh red fruit, aniseed, red flower perfume, and fine tannin on an acid frame.
2017 is the best harvest I've seen in the Valley. It's broken the trend of early/warm harvest and was wonderfully mild, long and slow. Means lots of perfume and high acidity. In my view it was the perfect season, a 10 out of 10." – Luke Lambert, Denton