1st March, 2014

The Wine Gang, 93 points

Low-yielding fruit and a vine age of getting on for 30 years both contribute to a complexity and concentration of Pinot Noir that brings intensity of mulberry-like fragrance to a rich red full of fraise des bois and mulberry fruit power etched with good acidity and tinged with toasty oak spice, all adding up to excellent potential for ageing.

Wine Spectator

15th June, 2013

MaryAnn Worobiec, 90 points

Vivid aromatics of toasted cumin, fresh loam and spicy tobacco set up a solid framework for the fleshy black cherry and plum flavours, delivering a pleasant push of flavours on the finish.


1st September, 2013

Annette Scarfe MW

Textbook Martinborough – elegant but powerful, with well-integrated use of oak.

Gourmet Traveller Wine

1st October, 2012

Nick Stock

A classic in their established style of fleshy, perfumed and structured Pinot. Tannins are a feature, showing all the composure and depth to ensure a long future.