One of the leading estates in the Graves has produced an elegant, balanced wine. Wood aging has added to the fruit tannins to give plenty of structure to go with the black-currant fruits. This is a wine to age, drink from 2023.
92 points, Roger Voss, Wine Enthusiast (Jun 2019)
Some chocolate and leafy, cabernet character on the nose, but the fruit seems ripe enough on the generous palate. Slightly chewy finish. Just a year longer in the bottle ought to help. A blend of 50 per cent merlot and 50 per cent cabernet sauvignon. Try from 2020.
90 points, James Suckling (Feb 2019)