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2013 Tietjen Witters Black Label Gisborne Chardonnay

Paul Tietjen and Geordie Witters are two of Gisbornes' top growers and many top labels use their 'old vine' Mendoza chardonnay fruit. They now keep the creme de la creme of the fruit from what is known as 'The Golden Slopes' and this has produced this stunning chardonnay. "...Typically excellent, this wine is fermented and matured in French and American oak barriques, with partial malolactic fermentation." M.Cooper "


2014 Mount Edward Central Otago Riesling


2014 Durvillea Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc

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."


2012 Herzog Malborough Chardonnay


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."


2013 Black Barn Unwooded Chardonnay


2012 Stanley Estates Awatere Valley Pinot Gris

Made by the ex winemaker at Cloudy Bay. Gold Medal at the Air NZ Wine Awards. "Weighty wine with a smooth texture and a drying finish thanks to acidity rather than tannins. Attractive Naschi pear and herb flavours with plenty of nutty lees characters." ( 20% Barrel fermented with wild yeasts to give palate weight and complexity. ) Set up seven years ago this is their third release under their own label. They currently own 18 ha of land with 2 ha dedicated to the Spanish grape variety Albarino. Excellent top flight pinot gris


2010 Bouchard Corton Charlemagne

" green fruit, white flower, stone and green apple aromas. The textured, intense and admirably pure flavors reflect perfectly the intense minerality of the appellation while finishing with a balanced, persistent, powerful and bone dry finale. As young Corton-Charlemagne can often be, this evidences a borderline chewy quality as there is so much extract. While I would expect this to arrive at its apogee at around 10 years of age, this is built to last for several decades. Once again, if you're tempted to try this young, do decant it for 30 to 60 minutes first" 94/100 Burghound “Highly nuanced nose combines apple, fl ower blossom, crushed stone, white truffl e and menthol, with a saline seashell quality emerging with air.. Broad and large-scaled but without any impression of weight. An infant today: this is likely to be bottled last, according to Prost.” 92/100 - Stephen Tanzer “Very embryonic. He recommends this with salty cheese such as Beaufort or Comté. The best vintage they have in their cellars is 1958! There is indeed some saltiness in this wine. Racy. Very good Corton- Charlemagne. Racy and dense and juicy. Lots of energy here. Much livelier than many Cortoncharlemagnes. Impressive! Still chewy but with real energy.” 18/20 - Jancis Robinson


2013 Dampt Chablis

"Sébastian Dampt is the son of Daniel and the wines are made in the same facilities and with the same philosophies. As the scores and comments suggest, these are terrific wines and at the prices the Dampt wines generally sell for, they are screaming bargains. "Dampt make four excellent Premier Cru Chablis as well as a Petit Chablis but it’s hard to beat their basic Chablis label for sheer good value. Made from densely planted (5,500 vines/ha) 30 year-old vines. Grapes are fermented in stainless steel with full malolactic fermentation and given plenty of lees contact. The result is a classic Chablis style with crunchy green apple and chalky mineral flavours. Best of all the wine is sealed with a screwcap for consistency and added longevity." Bob Campbell "This too is exceptionally fresh with its expressive and slightly riper nose of dried yellow orchard fruit, ocean breeze and algae. There is both fine volume and richness to the medium-bodied flavors that possess a bit more depth" 89/100 Burghound


2013 Bouchard Macon- Lugny Saint-Pierre ( Chardonnay )

Now a stunning price for a white burgundy ( chardonnay ) because we bought a volume of this wine. Bouchard Pere & Fils is one of burgundys top Producers which is crucial when buying value burgundy. The Macon is the generic appellation for red, white and rose wines from the Maconnais sub-region of southern Burgundy. A number of communes within the appellation's area have been recognized as sources of higher-quality wines and may append their names to 'Macon' on their labels. The best-known of these is probably Macon Lugny. While all of these communes may use their names on white wine labels, only two-thirds of them produce red and rose wines of sufficient quality to earn this privilege. "Beautifully fresh and vibrant with barely of sniff of oak this wine has that lovely minerally thread running through it with notes of apple and lemon/ lime on the nose. Classic white bugundy that is only slightly fatter than Chablis.


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