The nose exhibits aromas of cherry, red currants and raspberry, new leather and hints of spice. The palate is elegant with succulent red fruits layered over smoky oak, with supple tannins and a persistent finish.
"Sourced mainly from their Raupo Creek Vineyard, fruit de-stemmed with the wine matured in French oak (25% new), the 2006 Leah Pinot Noir has a captivating nose that reminded me of the local woods, kicking autumn leaves around on a cold Sunday morning! The palate is medium-bodied, crisp with bright cranberry, wild berries, a hint of chocolate and a touch leafy on the very natural finish. Showing great individuality and soul, I would tend to drink this in its youth rather than cellar it long-term... Seresin is certainly a name to look out for, producing some wonderful, complex, natural wines."