“Perched up on our ridge, these bush vines are our pride and joy. They were planted between 1985 and 1972. Their roots go deep, grabbing life out of the granite, humming their secret tune, calling you near.
Like its predecessor Fire by Night, Broom Ridge is the tightest, most restrained of our Chenin bottlings, usually taking a couple of years to show some of its potential. Trust me though, the bud will burst and the flower will open. This wine is coiled up now, bristling with lime and thatch, elderflower, and sweet herbs. The palate is racy and pure, slightly pithy and saline.”
– Chris Alheit, Winemaker