Pinot Noir is selectively hand picked off some marvelous old vines, now into their fourth decade. Just over half of the fruit is assembled from the closely cossetted vines of D Block, a precious parcel that's specifically husbanded for making Rosé. Grapes are destemmed into open top fermenters, a third of the fruit is included as whole bunches. A wild indigenous yeast vinification over the course of a fortnight brings the ferments to complete dryness, for an adults only style. A small amount of blush hued saignée is added to round out the bouquet and infuse the rakish pink hue.