Ben Thomas, The Weekly Review, Australia 2012

2010 Pinot Noir

Here’s more proof – if you needed it – that Marlborough is anything but a one-trick sav blanc pony. It’s on the big side for a pinot noir, with bold aromas of cherry, rhubarb, strawberry, vanilla and earthy beetroot and truffle. 4.5/5


Michael Cooper, Listener, May 2012

2010 Pinot Noir

Looking for an outstanding Marlborough red that’s drinking well now? Try Dog Point Vineyard Pinot Noir 2010. Deeply coloured, fleshy and savoury, with dense plum, cherry and spice flavours and the power to age, it is already hard to resist. 5/5