James Suckling Review
A floral nose of roses and violets, accented by notes of baking spice and red cherries. Full-bodied with sandy, easy-going tannins, wrapped by ripe raspberry, black-cherry and clove flavors. Lovely hints of nutmeg and allspice. Fresh acidity. Drink or hold.
Wine Tasting Notes
The darker spectrum of red fruits in this Lewis MacGregor Estate Vineyard Pinot Noir dominates the compact and dense nose. Multifaceted and complex notes of anise, cranberry, and tangerine emerge with aeration. English breakfast tea and hints of leather complete the aromatic picture. Mouth-filling and round, the palate speaks volumes; red fruits with wood spices, tea, and dried herbs abound. A citrus-like acidity ties everything together and transitions to a mineral-driven finish.