Lifted, aromatic Pinot Noir with cherry, floral and fresh herb flavours plus a seasoning of spicy oak. A pure, fruit-focused wine with energy and power delivered with subtlety. Bright, attractive and reasonably accessible but with obvious cellaring potential.
Red licorice and clove add aromatic details to the polished cherry and raspberry flavors, with cigar box, rosemary and fresh loamy earth notes. Plenty of precision and elegance here, with a long, lingering finish. (MW)
An attractive layer of rose-like florals here, then lighter berry fruits as well as a plethora of strawberry and wild raspberry fruits with appealing oak spice. The palate has nice focus and drive, and a handy light cherry pip tang. Resolved and fresh. Drink now.
Cornish Point was planted in 2000, so these vines are just entering their prime years. The 2016 Cornish Point Pinot Noir features dark berry notes and hints of thyme, coupled with ample weight on the palate and a soft dusting of tannins on the finish. It's approachable now, but it should age gracefully through 2025. (JC)
Full of spice and rich in color, this full-bodied Pinot shows off pretty details of crunchy red fruits. Rhubarb and strawberry are brought out thanks to most of the juice being fermented in neutral French oak. The twenty-five percent that is fermented in new barrels contributes woodsy notes of sarsaparilla and star anise. Thirty percent whole cluster complements it all with earthy, red tea–like tannins, which are fine and persistent. A formidable food wine, it would be ideal with roast pork and mushrooms.
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