"Based on the oldest blocks at that site, Cameron?s 2010 Pinot Noir Abbey Ridge ? which represented a single fermentation lot tasted from multiple barrels, and will total around 200 cases ? smells pungently of cherry, purple plum, and holly berry, all shadowed by their distilled counterparts; incense; sage; citrus oils; and brown spices. These manifold features go on to inform a sappy, bright, buoyant palate, finishing with grip and verve. Expect a good 15 or more year run. 91-92+ points"
- David Schildknecht, Wine Advocate #202