Soils range from Goldridge to sandy loams and on to the heavily cobbledriver rock typically found at Les Pierres.In this vintage the Pinot Noir shows the intense ruby red color we've come to expect from our estate-grown fruit. This wine is not shy. Aromas of black cherry and currants leap from the glass, quickly followed by notes of cedar and allspice. A strong floral component marries the fruit bouquet, while leaving room for the subtle influence of the new French oak. In the mouth the first impression is berries, berries, berries, with raspberry, blueberry and blackberry all enjoying a turn.