Mouth filling red berry core and a fine, elegant and subtle fruit structure supported by well integrated mineral oak tannins.
The focus is on complexity, restraint and harmonious balance by the careful selection and blending of clone and soil diversity within the cool Elgin area. Emphasis is on maximising layered flavour spectrums balanced with seamless tannin extraction. This is achieved by a minimalist and natural approach with attention to the integrity of the variety.
Although the wine is approachable at its primary stage with fresh cherry and red berry components evident at youth, the wine will age for at least 8 years where primary components will change to tertiary forest floor, truffle, earthy that are typical in great Burgundy examples.
|John Platter Ratings||4 stars|
|Winery / Producer||Catherine Marshall|
|Maturity||Ready, but will improve|
|Grape Variety||Pinot Noir|
|Bottle Size||Bottle 75cl|