Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate
Reviewer, Jeb Dunnuck - The 2011 Pinot Noir Prospect Sierra Madre Vineyard, which comes from 15-year-old vines, was fully destemmed and aged on lees for a year before being moved to 50% new French oak for 15 months. Brilliantly styled, with bright black cherry, blueberry, hints of leather, forest floor and edgy minerality, it is totally thrilling on the palate and has medium-bodied richness, great mid-palate depth and a seamless, pure texture. It will drink nicely for 10-12 years, yet it’s hard to resist even now. Drink 2014-2023.