Theodorus - 2017
Matured for 12 months in oak barrels. A really inviting bouquet offering a pot-pourri of damson plum, dark cherry and black raspberry fruit. A savoury, autumnal earthy note adds intrigue and an almost Burgundian twist to this seductive, modern Pinot Noir. Fine balance thanks to a perfect marriage of fruit and ripe, gentle tannins. Fresh and precise on the finish. Best with white meat dishes, cold cuts and medium cheeses.
16.5+/20 – JancisRobinson.com, ‘Earthy and fungal on the nose, giving a rustic but attractive complexity to the ripe red fruit. Delivers ample flavour and depth for a very modest price, especially in the world of Pinot. Impressive and VGV! (very good value)’ Richard Hemming MW, October 2017 (2014 vintage)