This is a delicate, nuanced style that grows on you. Its aromas wax and wane, offering dried herbs, then plum, cranberry and smoky notes. While there's plenty of concentration from low yields, it remains light on its feet. This is low-intervention winemaking with a wild fermentation taking place after a 4–5-day wait for the indigenous yeasts to get going. The post-fermentation maceration time was a lengthy six weeks and the resulting tannins are well resolved, offering a fine grain. The wine spent 11 months maturing in French oak (20% new) but there are no oaky flavors, allowing the fruit to shine. No fining nor filtration leaves this as it is meant to be: a pure, layered Pinot that can be approached from youth to eight years.
Rebecca Gibb MW, vinous - March 2021
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