A 20-year-old patch of Franschhoek grown grapes within sight of Holden Manz produced a yield of around 7 tonnes per hectare. Grapes were manually harvested early in the morning, refrigerated to 5C before undergoing whole bunch press. Following settling and racking 25% was naturally fermented in a mix of first and second fill barrels. The remainder was fermented at 14C in stainless steel tanks. The wine was stirred on fine lees for 8 months prior to bottling on 5 November 2020. Limited production of 2,858 bottles produced.