This has been a star of the Australian wine show circuit, collecting gold medals and even the odd trophy along the way. Which is always nice work, if you can get it. Even better, this success has involved some elite wine shows too – it won a gold medal at the National Wine Show, for instance.
''It’s a meaty pinot noir and yet a floral one too. It has a lightness of touch but its voice is gravelly and deep. It’s raspberried, strawberried, floral and spicy. And of course there are those meaty, toasty tones. It feels svelte through the palate but firm, almost in a sinewy way, through the finish. It’s noticeably dry. It’s not an out-and-out crowd pleaser; it’s a wine of integrity. It should age well.'' 94 Points, Campbell Mattinson, The Wine Front