Lyons Will Pinot Noir
This is a complex wine with a lot more than mere fruit in its favour. Red cherry and cranberry flavours come strewn with earth, undergrowth, leaf matter and twig-like notes, though it’s the undergrowth aspect that holds most sway. That’s a positive, of course. This has the bones and the length and the complexity to do well in the cellar but it already has plenty in its favour for drinking now-ish.
92 Points – Campbell Mattinson, The Wine Front