Pinot Meunier from the hills of the Pyrenees Ranges.
Bright, bold medium-pink colour with some purple tinges remaining. The wine is spicy and black-cherried, the palate light, complete and rounded, with a gently drying tannin grip and attractive mid-palate richness. Huon Hooke – The Real Review
now - 3 years
70/30% pinot noir/sangiovese. Destemmed to press, wild ferment, barrel fermentation in 6-10yo French hogsheads and barriques, maturation in oak for 5 months. Orange-damask rose. The nose is all summery and inviting with sliced watermelon, cut strawberries and raspberries, floral/spice confection. Boasts a dusty, breezy palate with sangiovese's fingerprints all over it, especially the sour cherry intensity. So refreshing, it can take some serious chilling. 94 Points
Jeni Port - Halliday Wine Companion, August 2020