2019 Frederick Stevenson Pinot Noir
It’s a tangy, bright pinot, jellied berries meets pomegranate tang and lick of cold beetroot juice in there all earthy and sweet and good.
It has that nice pinot slide, a little tug of grippy tannin, frisky shards of sour-sweet acidity elevating the thing. It’s got some mojo alright. A different shade of Hills pinot, way off dry red, but also dry, and red, though savoury, but good bitter, but fruity. Really good drinking all up. Mike Bennie - The Wine Front