97 Points James Halliday
A fraction of purple to the crimson colour; the super-fragrant bouquet leaps out of the glass, exuding black cherries and a dash of French oak; the palate has even greater elegance and length than the '10 Estate, oak and tannins part of the picture as an essential part of the future of a beautiful pinot. Has cruised along serenely since last taste a year ago, its future as sure today as it was then. Drink to 2019.
Source: James Halliday. August, 2012