Wine Spectator Review:
Dark but racy, with mouthwatering currant confiture and graphite notes that course along, while black tea, Black Forest cake and truffle notes fill out the background. The long, driven finish is plenty stretched out already, but has the stuffing to cellar as well. Drink now through 2020. 141 cases made.
This is from a one-hectare holding planted entirely to petite serine. Deep ruby. Rich blackberry, cassis and dark chocolate aromas are brightened by fresh flowers and graphite. Deep, roasted dark fruit flavors are supported by solid, gripping tannins, which add a measure of seriousness to the ripe, chewy and very persistent finish.