Notes from Campbell Burton:
Wow - when you taste this you'll start to see what conditions were like in 2019. Here you have a cuvee of pinot gris berries macerating in the juice of pinot noir and the final wine is a pretty arresting mix of delicious, fresh forest fruit and serious minerality and structure.
This drinks as a medium / light bodied red that I would serve cool-ish but certainly not cold. The tannins are very fine and chalky, the acidity is delightfully fresh and the minerality is as present as you would expect. There is real clarity in the fruit too.....for me it sings of small wild strawberries and other forest fruit with inherent acidity. This will be a pure delight now and as the weather warms....a real treat to have in the back yard but.....I have to say this is one of my favourite ever wines from the farm to match with food. We drank a bottle over three days this weekend (it's very stable) and the structure gives it astounding versatility. Delightful.