Description This beautiful Pinot Noir displays a distinctively varietal nose, with strawberry, beetroot and hints of dried herbs. It has a soft and gentle palate but, as all good Pinot should be, is mouth-filling with a gentle edge of late palate tannin. It will drink well now but, with its excellent Adelaide Hills acidity, the wine will, with time, develop the ‘forest floor’ notes that makes pinot with age such a delicious drink. “Quintessentially Adelaide Hills in its wood-smoky, varnished sort of way, this is a good pinot. Bing cherry and cedar, too, seep across the bow of gently astringent tannins, flecked with some whole cluster briar and cardamom. This should expand nicely in the mid term... 92pts" (Halliday).