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2012 Amisfield Otago Dry Riesling


2013 Tietjen Witters Gisborne Viognier


2014 Coopers Creek 'The Limeworks' Hawkes Bay Chardonnay

Normally this retails elsewhere at $22 from the sensational 2014 vintage. Always a favourite and so well priced. The 'Limeworks' vineyard is strewn with limestone and in fact sits next to a limeworks ( hence the name for this wine )."Rich grapefruit and nectarine -like flavours, well seasoned with toasty American and French oak and a creamy soft texture." Brillant, brilliant chardonnay buying.


2014 des Aubuisieres Vouvray Silex

( Wine due end of May- book now ) We were only given a very small allocation of this stunning vouvray this year so enjoy it while it lasts. "For some time now, Berhard Fouquet has been moving the quality of his distinctive, largely stainless steel-rendered Vouvrays into the exalted echelon of Foreau and Huet, which is to say challenging any of the world's finest practitioners of white wine, and at an absolutely unbeatable price:quality ratio. The 2012 has lychee, yellow cherry, Mirabelle, quince, and narcissus on the nose leading to a musky, subtly oily, chalk-inflected, honeyed, yet incisively zesty palate. This combines richness and palpably high extract with cut and invigoration in a way that only Chenin ( and then only in the Central Loire ) can. Its 6 grams of residual sugar perfectly set off the yellow fruits and hint of honey in this wine's long finish. This formidably-concentrated yet elegant wine is worth following for at least half a dozen years." Robert Parkers Wine Advocate.


2013 Dr Loosen Urziger Wurzgarten Riesling Kabinett

Blazing red and insanely steep, the Ürziger Würzgarten (ERTS-ih-ger VERTS-gar-ten) vineyard in Germanys famous Mosel region, fills the picturesque amphitheater formed by this dramatic bend in the river. Although it’s directly adjacent to the vineyards of Erden, it produces a completely different kind of wine, with exotic, spicy aromas and a mesmerizing earthiness. No other vineyard on the Mosel produces wines so bursting with tropical fruit flavors. The estate’s oldest vines are found here. "So, so restrained - but intriguing fruit purity. The sugar is virtually hidden by the acid. It's a bit like the best optical illusions, it's better to enjoy the spectacle rather than figure out how it's done! " Jancis Robinson


2012 Highfield Marlborough Chardonnay

Normally $33. . Limited production, defined styles and rigorous de-classification ensures the making of consistently high quality wines. "Typically a classy wine. The 2012 (4*), barrel-fermented and lees-aged, is full-bodied, with strong grapefruit and peach flavours, slightly limey and buttery, and savoury, nutty notes adding complexity. Drink mid-2014+." M.Cooper


2014 Forrest Estate "The Doctors' Riesling

Trophy for Champion Riesling at the Air NZ Wine Awards. Low-alcohol style (9.0 per cent) is like biting into a fresh Granny Smith apple. Reminiscent of a Mosel, with fresh, tight lemon/lime flavours, showing good intensity and vivacity, and a medium-sweet, appetisingly crisp finish. Drink now or cellar.


2014 Mount Edward Central Otago Riesling


2014 Durvillea Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc

A gem uncovered- made by Simon Waghorn of Astrolabe fame. Named after a local seaweed. "Light, fresh wine with subtle, delicate flavours suggesting tree fruit/nectarine, citrus/lime, lemon grass and a suggestioof passion fruit. Nice purity, an impeccable balance and moderate length. A "second label" that beats many flagship firsts."


2014 Dry River Martinborough Viognier

94/100 from Bob Campbell who writes "Rich, ripe Viognier with orange blossom, apricot, wildflowers and Oriental spices. Big, concentrated and powerful wine with mouth-filling flavours and an almost chewy texture. High alcohol of 14.5% heightens the sense of voluptuousness and adds warmth to the lengthy finish. The wine really evolved as it sat in the glass and will certainly benefit from decanting."


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