It’s been a while that this wine has been produced — the fruit was declassified in 2013, 2012 and 2011. It was worth the wait. Let it open up; it will reveal a complex nose of pretty yet assertive black cherries, strawberries, liquorice, earth, loam, violets, cassis and elegant oak spices. It is silky on the palate with a range of red fruits, beetroot and lovely barrel spices all perked up by that racy cool-climate acidity. A beautiful Pinot.