Only 360 bottles made of this left-of-centre bad boy! Petit manning oft reserved for sweet wines, here's a dry, oxidative take on the varietal. Aged on skins for two years in amphorae. Expect plenty of salinity but still loads of fruity freshness - dried apricot, paw paw, bergamot and the added depth of cloves, Earl Grey tea and spices. So much texture and personality. A wild ride.