Catherine Marshall Pinot Noir in Sandstone Soils 2019 (TA 93)

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Tim Atkin MW 91 points.

Elgin Valley, South Africa
Opulent and intense berry core with a fine, elegant and subtle fruit structure
supported by well integrated oak tannins.
The focus is on complexity, ripe but restrained fruit by carefully selecting and
blending clones and sandstone soils within the cool Elgin area. Emphasis is on
maximising layered flavour spectrums balanced with seamless tannin extraction. This
is achieved by a minimalist and natural approach with attention to the integrity of the
variety specifically cultivated on lighter, sandstone type soils.

Catherine Marshall Pinot Noir on Sandstone Soils shows a broad spectrum of pomegranate, cranberry and red cherry aromatics supported by suedey, dry tannins for texture and complexity. Although the wine is approachable at its primary stage with fresh red fruit components and textured tannins evident at youth, the wine will age for at least 8 years where primary components will evolve to tertiary forest floor, truffle, earthy and savoury notes that are typical in great Burgundy examples.

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