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Boundary Vineyards Tuki Tuki Road Hawke's Bay Chardonnay

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Boundary Vineyards Tuki Tuki Road Hawke's Bay Chardonnay

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Michael Cooper (2009 Vintage) says
Pernod Ricard NZ's wine is grown near the coast, at Te Awanga, fermented in Hungarian oak barriques, and much of the blend is given a softening malolactic fermentation. The 2009 is generous, ripe and smooth, with tropical-fruit flavours, slightly toasty and creamy, and very good texture and depth.
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Michael Cooper (2008 Vintage) says
Pernod Ricard NZ's wine is grown at a 'semi-coastal' site at Te Awanga. Fermented in Hungarian oak barriques (25 per cent new), with over 60 per cent of the blend given a softening malolactic fermentation, the 2008 vintage is a generous, full-bodied wine with ripe stone-fruit flavours, nutty oak adding complexity, and a well-rounded finish. It's already drinking well.
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Michael Cooper (2007 Vintage) says
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Michael Cooper (2004 Vintage) says
Offering great value, the debut 2004 vintage from Allied Domecq was based on Mendoza-clone Chardonnay grapes grown at Te Awanga. Three-quarters of the blend was fermented in French oak barriques (40 per cent new), given a full malolactic fermentation and oak-aged for 10 months; the rest was handled in tanks. A mouthfilling, rounded wine with ripe grapefruit and peach flavours threaded with fresh acidity and creamy, nutty characters adding complexity, it's full of personality and downright delicious.
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