He says: I didn’t mind it, and it would be good in the right situation, however, it’s not without its flaws.
She says: Overall, this wine had a lovely aroma and flavour profile.
He says: A well-structured wine with strong acidity and finely-balanced tannins make this a great match for tomato-based Italian dishes or a take-out pizza.
She says: Whilst it was the better of the two in this tasting, it appears to be developing at a slower rate than the 2005 which was drinking beautifully this time last year.
She says: Not bad but nothing to get really excited about either. Unless you count the cool use of the figure 8 to create very distinctive labels… love the branding!
He says: This Pinot Noir doesn’t blow me away, and it’s typical of the average BC style: solid red fruit, but very tight, and linear with little depth or complexity.