The 2017 Pinot Noir Bohan Dillon is fascinating to taste next to the 2016. The 2017 possesses good up-front fruit and brightness, but the tannins are also larger and more coarse. The wine's feel might be attributable to the specifics of the 2017 growing season and/or to the slightly higher percentage of whole clusters (25%) in this vintage. It will be interesting to see if the 2017 softens with a bit more time in bottle. There is good brightness and plenty of nuance..
Antonio Galloni, Vinous