Scotchmans Hill Pinot Noir 2010 rated 95 by Halliday.
Schotchmans Hill Pinot Noir 2010 scored 95 points from James Halliday in his Wine Companion magazine in the May/June 2012 edition. He wrote “Clear crimson; hand-picked, destemmed, five-day cold soak small fermenters, wild ferment to 28 degrees, malolactic fermentation in barrel, bottled July ’11. A richly robed, full-flavoured pinot noir that has not lost any varietal expression or otherwise gone over the top, as only four-year old Tronicas oak was used. Will have a long (pinot) life.”