The Pinot Noir, vintage 2013, clocked in as the oldest wine of the tasting. On approach, it showed off a complex, mature bouquet of boysenberry fruit, leather, deciduous leaves and hints of manuka flowers. The palate continued in a savoury vein, with the wine’s maturity the dominant feature. A fascinating wine and certainly at ‘drink now’ stage. I’d love to taste a younger vintage for comparison.