This Pinot Noir is an intense little number with ripe mulberry and plum flavours. The palate is round and concentrated with the fruit balanced by earthy, savoury and spicy notes, suggesting a wine that will develop nicely over coming years. It has loads of supple, finely managed tannins and the finish is long, spicy and delicious.
Matthew Jukes, Wine Journalist on the 2019:
"Jules Taylor is a prodigiously talented winemaker and she has just celebrated her twentieth year making her eponymous portfolio of wines. Leading with this remarkable Pinot Noir, which is so keenly priced it makes all but a handful of Pinots in the world look embarrassed, this is a dark-hued and extraordinarily resonant wine. The nose is sensational with Auxey-Duresses and Monthélie allure and this sonorous call to arms is followed by admirable restraint on the palate coupled with hints of earth and spice. This is a brilliant wine and one which should be in everyone’s cellar given its fruit purity, freshness and thrilling balance."