From Harewood's two vineyards in Denmark. The light colour is no surprise, but then neither is the fragrant cherry/plum blossom bouquet. The light-bodied palate is in the mainstream of James Kellie's elegant style for all his wines, a consistency to be applauded. A wine that will offer most over the next 5+ years, but not disintegrate thereafter.91 points - Wine Front
Light in colour but there’s plenty going on. It’s a meaty, spicy pinot. Cherries are the backdrop, or the conduit, with woody spices flying hither and thither. Tangy finish, complete with mint and anise notes. It’s a most enjoyable wine to drink, it has to be said.