Awards & Reviews

Grosset Pinot Noir 2017

Reviews:

Tyson Stelzer, WBM, March/April 2019
To the tune of a tiny 350 dozen, this is a refreshingly fragrant and elegant Pinot Noir that captures the tension of its cool, late season.  Is sings with pink pepper, pomegranate and wild strawberries, laced with beetroot, Campari and insence.  Endurance is infused more thanks to its tension and focus of cool season acidity than its fine and graceful tannins. 94 Points.

The Real Review, Huon Hooke, 8th December 2018
Soft, fine-grained tannins. A little rose petal, pot-pourri later. Fresh acidity.
A lighter-weighted pinot, probably best for early drinking, but on the other hand,
an extra year or so might moderate that stalky aroma. 92 Points.