Reviews

The Dagger Pinot Noir

2017 Vintage

“James Halliday Wine Companion - Full colour. The dagger has only just been drawn as at September '17, but will underwrite the development of a wine that has much to offer. It has considerable depth and complexity to its plum and dark cherry fruit. A foresty/earthy subtext adds another dimension. 94 Points”James Halliday – Top 100 Wines of 2017

2016 Vintage

“James Halliday Wine Companion - Light, but bright crimson hue; a surprise packet, until the memory of prior vintages clicks in. This has an indecent amount of complex varietal fruits; cherry and plum fruit engage in a duel to establish primacy, the referee coming in with spicy/savoury tannins to give context to the duel - which ultimately remains unresolved. 94 Points”Matthew Jukes Top 100 Australian Wines of 2017-18 (UK)

Toni Patterson MW – “A warm and inviting aroma with hints of strawberry jam. The fruit is beautifully ripe and perfumed. Lively, snappy red berry flavours. A very easy drinking light red wine with great flavour intensity. Highly recommended. 92 Points”

2015 Vintage

“James Halliday Wine Companion - Full crimson-purple hue; a fine web of earth and spice is wound through the dark cherry and damson plum fruit of both the bouquet and palate alike, providing an extra measure of texture and structure. Still in its infancy, but promises much for the future ? and an enticing price.  94 Points”.
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