A new Prince of Denmark. Hopefully, it has better luck than the last one. A fine Pinot from the Denmark region, which is worth pursuing. A bright purple/maroon hue. Spices, raspberries, dry herbs, red apples and a hint of mushrooms and animal hides. The fruit balances well with the oak, which is not intrusive showing excellent focus and impressive length, a slippery texture and silky tannins. There is also an enjoyable slight bitter almond note on the finish. Enjoy over the next four to six years.91 pts - Kim Brebach (BWU20)
I love Pemberton, a gorgeous part of the Great Southern in W.A. The wines from here tend to be delicate, and so it is with this Pinot. It’s kind of a water colour rendition of the style.