95 points, Halliday Wine Companion 2020
"40% whole-bunch fermented, 11 months in 50/50% new and 1yo French oak. Shows the typical density and complexity of Lethbridge Pinot, with dark cherry, sour cherry, woody spice and bunchy/mulchy characters all involved. The depth and length of flavour is outstanding, as is the ripe and supple tannin."
94 points, Campbell Mattinson, The Wine Front
"This is a very good release. Fruit where it needs it, spice over the top, undergrowth and bunchy notes threaded through. Texture. Satiny texture. And the most fine-grained tannin imaginable; it rumours its way through the wine. Expect a savoury, fine-drawn wine of character and length."
93 points, James Suckling
"A little more refined, ripe and focused than the 2018 vintage. Shows a chocolate, meat and cream undertone to the ripe-strawberry and plum character on the palate. Compact and velvety textured. Drink now or hold. Screw cap."
The 2017 vintage was long and cool, perfect for making Pinot Noir.
Sourced from four single vineyards around the Geelong region, this wine embodies what we like about Geelong Pinot Noir. That being concentration, tannin structure and perfumed aromatics.