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(2010) From central valley fruit. Gentle passionfruit aromas, with a touch of downy peach skin. Slightly thin, slightly phenolic finish. Pleasantly refreshing.
(2000) Essence of gooseberry on the nose, which carries through powerfully onto the palate. Plenty of juicy, uncomplicated fruit, medium-body a hint of being off-dry and a long, clean finish. Nice summer wine.
(2000) Distinctly nettly nose with plenty of orchard fruit too. Palate is quite full and more obvious high-ripeness tropical nuances creep in of mango and pineapple sweetness. Maybe a wee bit raw and alcoholic in the finish, but bags of fruit and a clean style.
(2000) Sharp gooseberry aromas and flavours. Quite powerful and seems rather alcoholic.
(2000) A little nondescript, but with coaxing some buttery lime fruit emerges on the palate. Medium-bodied. Not bad at the price.
(2000) Quite a low-key and understated nose for a Gewürztraminer: delicate floral aromas lead on to a palate of cool, quite classy fruit and lots of grapefruity acidity.
(2000) Good varietal nose with no lack of peachy fruit and a well-balanced, medium-bodied mouthfeel.
(1998) Light golden colour. Very oaky nose, deep and buttery with hints of baked apples and spice. Palate is dominated by toasty oak, with only hints of melon fruit. Tart acidity brings the finish up short. I was a bit surprised by this usually reliable, crowd-pleasing Chardonnay: I thought it was a bit over-oaked and disjointed.
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