If it's pine you're after, try Cape Heartache and Norne. More expensive, but you can buy samples from each indie vendor. There's also Pino Sylvestre, which is supposed to be pine, but I don't get it.
Where does one acquire Tom Ford samples, if there are no local B&M stores that carry the brand? There are a few Ford scents I'm interested in trying (tobacco vanille, for instance), but given that the prices rival Creed, I surely will not be buying full sizes blind.
Always best to get a sample you can test wear for a couple of days, but I have a guess that Nordstrom in Portland would carry his scents. It varies by city.
IMO Cape Heartache is not even the same planet of a scent, although having previously stated my disdain for Polo Green, I think Cape Heartache is one of the best niche scents I have and have tried. But it's a resinous strawberry and (light) woods scent.
I'm glad you enjoy Cape Heartache. I do, too. But I couldn't let your comment pass without a correction, lest you leave people with the wrong impression of what that frag smells like. It defies belief that you don't pick up pine in this fragrance. Yes, there's a bit of the strawberry, but pine is the dominant note. The creator himself writes about "needles on the forest floor," and he lists the notes, in order, as "Douglas Fir, Pine Resin, Western Hemlock, Vanilla Leaf, Strawberry, Old Growth, Mountain Fog." It is the shared pine note that led me to lump Cape Heartache with Polo and Norne. Now, if you mean that Polo and Cape Heartache are in different worlds quality-wise, then I agree.