2009 Pinot Noir
The fruit is estate grown and is from low yielding (1.5 tonnes to the acre) non irrigated vines and matured in new and 1 to 2 year old French oak barriques for 12 months.
Review - WineShowcase Magazine 91 points
Yield 150 cases 2009
Bright cherry fruit bouquet with a touch of undergrowth and spice; the light bodied palate
is velvet like and textural, good persistence on the finish.
Yeild & Cellaring
Hand picked - March 2009
Total production - 270 cases
Cellaring potential - drink now to 2015