Gisborne, New Zealand. With aromas of fresh lime zest and fragrant gardenias, this wine is
softened by a natural malo-lactic fermentation which gives warmth and
deliciousness to the taste. The wine will mature over a long time, yet
now has flavours of fine wool and bush honey including quince and ripe
bouche pear with a long tingling aftertaste...
Casablanca, Chile. "This is a great wine but it throws me off the scent of pinot noir in some respects. It’s bloody, savoury, briary and squishy red berry fruited in bouquet. Pleasing to sniff on, the palate unfurls in lush-feeling waves of sweet, slippery fruit and finishes with a lick of clove-like spice and pulverised walnut-husk savouriness. There’s a lushness and freeness to the wine, away from the control of fine pinot noir, but firmly in the slot of a layered, lengthy, interesting and fine drinking red wine..."
Casablanca, Chile. Redolent with crisply delineated wild strawberry, dark cherry, wet clay and fresh rose petal. Superb. Uber fresh on the palate with wild berry essence dancing on clayey earth, this wine features awesome length, intensity and purity with a resounding raspberry, saline and pepper sinus blowout that’ll keep you coming back for more...