96 Points James Halliday
Beechworth isn't the easiest place to grow pinot noir but the gods were especially kind this season. This is a beautiful wine. It unfurls in your mouth as you drink it. Keen, smoky oak. Dark, meaty, (black)-cherried fruit. And stalky notes of dried herbs and ash. It's a tangy, lively, lengthy wine with its array of flavours fluttering out through the finish. Drink to 2022.
Source: James Halliday. December, 2013