Cloudy in appearance and immediately appealing. Immediate appeal turns to immediate complexity when you are greeted by a nose of turned earth, rhubarb, beetroot and quince. It’s a wine that is not polished but slightly agricultural and true to the land. For all it’s complexity it has just as much charm and prettiness and remains the underdog in a stunning set of Bass Phillip Pinots. – Ches Cook, FWC.
A sultry style of pinot that has plenty of suave red-cherry and fresh-violet aromas. The palate has a very fleshy feel with supple flavors of red and dark cherries. A nice kick of juicy acidity livens up the finish. 92 Points. Nick Stock, jamessuckling.com.