It‘s little surprise that his Pinot Noirs should be so Burgundian in flavour and texture, like the Farrside with its complex cola-spice and raspberry fragrance underpinned by a herb-spicy, sweetly ripe red fruits character and light toasty oak in Domaine de L‘Arlot mould and the most seductive of silky textures.
Best of Pinot Noir
Black/dark fruits make their presence felt on the bouquet and double that impact on the palate, the flavours reverberating continuously through to the aftertaste.
Explosively stalky nose...I love it. Loads of complex, vegetal aromas and bundles of raspberry fruit too. Long, aromatic finish. I love how bold and stylised this is.