Tarrington vineyards are dry-grown and on their own roots, vineyard work is manual, and yields are characteristically tiny.
The Nagorckas entire farm is Demeter-certified Biodynamic (since 2003). They are known for their ability to leave the grapes to their own business: wild ferments, a little skin-contact for the whites, large neutral oak.
The Tarrington fruit was harvested by hand in late march, with both good ripeness and pH. The entirety was pressed hard to tank for a wild ferment on full solids. After ferment it was racked to one-year-old French oak puncheons. Natural malo occurred in spring and it was racked to bottle in late February 2021.
No filtering or fining and minimal sulphur the only addition.