Wine Advocate 90 points - One of the few wines produced with the finicky Burgundy grape, the 2010 Citius Pinot Noir has a creamy nose with plenty of aromas of fruits, the forest and some spices. There are sour cherries and red plums, showing moderate ripeness. It is a good combination of power and elegance. It’s produced with grapes from 30-year-old vines planted on sandy and chalky soils; it fermented with indigenous yeasts and matured on French oak for 18-20 months. 40,000 bottles were produced and filled in July 2012. Time in bottle has without a doubt polished all the potential edges, and the wine shows round with a soft texture that makes it very approachable.
90+ Points (Oct 2015)