Place: Pyrenees, Vic
Jarrod worked—and continues to work—in finance to finance his love of making wine. The picture of the young, rootless (pun fully intended) 21st century winemaker, Jarrod upended his life to move to France for a few vintages and the experience speaks for itself in the quality of his first(!) release.
Deep both in colour and mouthfeel and opening generously after each sip. Slightly smokey, slightly herbal and mighty impressive. Time will be an ally here, both in glass and bottle.