The nose is quite expressive and lifted and there is a real rawness to the wine. On the palate the primary fruit takes a back seat as earth-derived flavours of root vegetable (beetroot) and turned black soil bring all sorts of flavours and textures to the wine. It has a slow build of richness and everything seems to come together nicely towards the back of the wine, where dark red fruit flavours meet more savoury/earthen tones and overlap very neatly. It really does have quite a bit of complexity and a lot going on for a very young wine. This is the most limited of the 2018 releases. – Ches Cook, FWC.