Medium-bodied, lively and lovely. Bright red in colour; bright and perfumed on the nose, and very rewarding on the palate. This year the (perhaps the best we have ever grown) Tempranillo is to the fore, but it’s a wine that would be much less satisfying without the three varieties together. A bit “bigger” than previous years but very well balanced. The Tempranillo was darker in colour than previous years and with delicious Morello cherry fruit, similar to the 2016. The Sangiovese produced a wine of intense perfume without astringency. The awards say it all!