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Plum Stones, then, is the latest stage in an evolution begun with McClure's earliest published work.
Traditionally, this plum stone had been spat out by the king himself while at Little Gidding, to become, in retrospect, something of a relic.
Using grapes from a traditional vine cultivation technique (parra alta), it creates a smooth, deep and rounded malbec with cherry and raspberry fruit, supplemented by suggestions of vanilla, plum stone, cloves - and very light tannin.
It has soft redcurrant and plum stone flavours, lively acidity and a hint of coffee on the finish.
The result is a juicy and lively red, with plum stone and spicy vanilla flavours, which will suit substantial meat dishes.