Catherine Marshall Pinot Noir in Clay Soils 2019 (TA 94)

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Tim Atkin MW 94 points.

Broad, seductive compote of concentrated black cherries, mulberries and cranberries supported by mineral oak tannins. Powerful yet silky texture is seamlessly complex throughout.

Catherine Marshall Pinot Noir on Clay Soils, formerly known as the Reserve, comes from heavier clay soils; the resultant berries carry a deeper, more brooding character displaying layered, textured truffle savouriness and earthy forest floor interwoven with concentrated black cherry compote harmoniously supported by mineral tannin.

Ageing potential: Although the wine is approachable at its primary stage with fresh cherry and red berry components evident at youth, the wine will age for at least 10 years where primary components will evolve to tertiary forest floor, truffle, earthy and savoury notes that are typical in great Burgundy examples.

Food pairing: This is first rate, expansive Pinot Noir that pairs well with glazed duck, mushroom risotto, boeuf bourguignon, lamb, coq au vin, venison and ostrich.

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