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Anchorage Nelson Chardonnay

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Anchorage Nelson Chardonnay

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Michael Cooper (2010 Vintage) says
Estate-grown at Motueka, the 2010 vintage is a good, drink-young style. Given a full, softening malolactic fermentation and French and American oak-aged, it is fresh and vibrantly fruity, with citrusy, appley flavours and a creamy-smooth texture.
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Michael Cooper (2007 Vintage) says
Estate-grown at Motueka and oak-aged for 10 months, the 2007 vintage is slightly creamy, with good body and peachy, buttery, toasty flavours, showing good depth.
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Michael Cooper (2004 Vintage) says
Made with French and American oak 'contact' (read: not barrel-aged), the 2004 vintage was given a full, softening malolactic fermentation. It's a fleshy, creamy-textured wine, although its Chardonnay fruit characters are subdued. Well-priced.
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