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Corbans Amadeus Classic Reserve Pinot Noir Chardonnay

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Corbans Amadeus Classic Reserve Pinot Noir Chardonnay

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Michael Cooper (1996 Vintage) says
A frequent gold medal winner for Corbans and outstanding value at around $20, this is typically a very stylish wine with an enticingly rich and yeasty bouquet and impressive delicacy, complexity and liveliness. A year or two ago it was announced that the grape supply had switched from Hawke's Bay to Marlborough and the price had climbed from $19 to $25, but neither move lasted long. However, Amadeus remains one of the country's most distinguished sparklings. A Pinot Noir-dominated blend, with 10 per cent Chardonnay, it is disgorged after at least three years on its yeast lees. The 1996 vintage, based on Hawke's Bay grapes, has a lovely, nutty fragrance. The palate is complex and yeasty, with crisp, lemony, biscuity, rich flavours, fresh, poised and lingering. Another top buy.
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