87 Points Robert Parker
Pale-ruby colored, the 2010 Pinot Noir opens to a nose of kirsch, rose hip tea and red plums with hints of dusty earth, cinnamon stick and dried Provence herbs. Medium-bodied, it gives a decent concentration of evolving red fruit and earthy flavors structured by a low to medium level of chewy tannins, bright acidity and a medium to long finish. Drink it now 2017+.
Source: Robert Parker (Robert Parker Wine Advocate) by Lisa Perrotti-Brown. August, 2014
94 Points James Halliday
Ironically, Moss Wood's Margaret River Pinot Noir has recovered some of its past glory in the face of its Mornington Peninsula sibling; this really does have correct varietal fruit expression, even if it is on the generous, ripe fruit end of the spectrum; the tannin and oak management cannot be faulted. Drink to 2030.
Source: James Halliday.