A newcomer to the scene for us, and yet another winemaker crafting exciting, and importantly, affordable Pinot Noir from one of Australia’s best cool-climate regions. This is only light in body, but in a similar way to Mac Forbes’s entry level Pinot from the same region, the persistence of flavour here is key. Brown spice, red cherry, and a nice dollop of fresh acid make for a very inviting wine that drinks well right out of the gate. – Ches Cook, FWC.
Such stylish packaging, and the theme continues through to the contents of the bottle. And now they have a website up and running too. It’s pretty and delicate in style, seemingly picked just on the cusp of ripeness, with layers of spice and bright red fruits, along with a subtle earthiness, roses, and a kiss of vanilla and lead pencil oak. It’s light in body, crisp feel, a brush of emery tannin, and a finish of fine length and cranberry freshness. Frisky and lovely. Part of its beauty comes from not trying too hard. 93+ Points - Gary Walsh, The Wine Front