The 2016 vintage was great for whites in the Hunter. The grapes for this wine were hand-picked and cold fermented in stainless steel to trap all the fine fruit characters available. The rich volcanic soils of the Broke Fordwich sub-region of which this fruit is sourced, leaves its footprint by way of a uniquely generous texture and mouth feel at a young age, allowing this wine to be easily approached now and also to age gracefully over the next 10-15 years.