The 2014 growing season featured a mild winter, warm spring and sunny December. The consistent warm weather coupled with very few cold nights meant frost was uncommon. The favourable weather conditions led to a harvest arriving two weeks early and the vines producing some of the best fruit the region has ever seen.
Wonderful aromatics of dark cherries and dried herbs and spices instantly grab your attention on the nose of this elegant Pinot Noir. On the first sip, your palate is greeted with soft, rich fruit flavours with a hint of spice. The moreish tannins and a velvety texture make for an impressive finish.