This was my first favorite house and I think most of his fragrances are FBW for me. In fact, I have FBs of most of them! I agree with others that his stuff is a bit too unusual for a blind buy, though. My favorites:
Vetiver - Earthy and strong. A friend of mine who is very anti-cologne told me he would wear this. It doesn't smell like a conventional fragrance. It's not trying to be pretty, that's for sure.
Piper Nigrum - I love all of the many transitions this makes from the peppermint and fennel top notes down to its powdery amber drydown. It's one of my partner's least favorite fragrances, however.
Yerbamate - Powder, fragrant weeds, and a few wildflowers, with a burning fire somewhere in the distance.
Spezie - Dry Italian spices with some incensey muskiness in the drydown.
I would recommend sampling everything he has done, but these are my current top four. He supposedly has two new ones coming out within the next several months, but he keeps postponing them, so who knows.
One final thought: One thing I respect about both this house and Parfums d'Empire is that they don't feel like they have to be the most expensive perfumes in the world to be taken seriously. There's so much elevation of prices for snobby positioning in this industry, it's nice to see some extremely fine houses not buy into that way of thinking.