Robert Parker Wine Advocate, Issue 235

Reviewed by Joe Czerwinski for The Wine Advocate. Issue 235, published 1st March 2018.

“Sourced from a hillside block in the Omaka Valley, the 2013 Sun and Moon Pinot Noir is meant for aging. It's still fairly young and fresh tasting, with firm, drying tannins and tart cherry fruit that reverberates on the long, long finish. Give it another couple of years in the cellar.” Rating: 93. Drink Date: 2020 – 2028 


New oils released

Seresin Estate originally imported olive trees from a specialist olive nursery in Tuscany owned by the renowned Attilio Sonnoli. We chose a selection of the classic varieties: Frantoio, Pendolino, Leccino, Minerva & Maurino that make Tuscan extra virgin olive oil amongst the most interesting in the world. 


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