Critics' favourite: not Burgundian, not New World, this is a Pinot Noir that will reward lovers of unique territorial expressions of this grape.
"The raspberry red immediately recalls the nose profile: small red fruits, geranium, but also licorice, tobacco leaf, black tea. The fragrance of a long walk in the forest, at dawn, when the moss is still fresh and covered with dew. The powerful mouthfeel is balanced by the freshness of the fruit and a very subtle, almost hinted, tannin." (Winemaker)