D'Anna + Middleton + Lewis = DML VIN Pinot! Red cherry, plum, spice, a little samphire and thyme, a slight smokiness too, and dried roses. It’s fine, but offers more grunt and substance than the more delicate Yarra Valley offering, more grain and grip through the tannin, poached strawberry and ripe pomegranate with a bit of crunch on a long finish. It’s lively and regional, and so nicely turned out. Gary Walsh
Brooding with Sour Cherry and Dark Fruit. Kinda the child to Block 1 and Block 2 It's got some edgy tannin and extraction on one hand from the Pommard clone of Pinot. On the other it's got concentration and oppulence from the MV6 clone. Really want to see this wine in another 12-24 months.
More of Everything! Depth + Length + Texture = More in Your Glass! There are 8 objective criteria I use to assess wine. This wine gets a big tick for all of them! Then there is a 9th objective criteria, Style or Overall Beauty. Think you'd be hard pressed to find a wine lover that could hold their hand on their heart and say this wasn't a beautiful wine.