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Corbans White Label Chardonnay

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Corbans White Label Chardonnay

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Michael Cooper (2008 Vintage) says
From Pernod Ricard NZ, the 2008 vintage is a regional blend with fresh, citrusy and peachy flavours in a simple style with a smooth, slightly buttery finish. (Good value at its average supermarket price of $7.33.)
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Michael Cooper (2002 Vintage) says
The 2001 vintage of Corbans' cheap Chardonnay is a 'medium to dry' blend of Australian and New Zealand wines. Bright, light yellow, it's a soft, peachy wine with faintly honeyed flavours. Easy to enjoy, the 2002 is an unoaked Gisborne wine, fresh and simple. Ripe, peachy, citrusy fruit flavours hold sway, vibrant, slightly sweet (8 grams/litre of sugar) and smooth
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Michael Cooper (2001 Vintage) says
The 2001 vintage of Corbans' cheap Chardonnay is a 'medium to dry' blend of Australian and New Zealand wines. Bright, light yellow; it's a soft, peachy wine with faintly honeyed flavours. Easy to enjoy, the 2002 is an unoaked Gisborne wine, fresh and simple. Ripe, peachy, citrusy fruit flavours hold sway, vibrant, slightly sweet (8 grams/litre of sugar) and smooth
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Michael Cooper (1999 Vintage) says
The 1999 vintage of Corbans' low-priced Chardonnay is a 'medium to dry' style, briefly oak-aged. It's very easy drinking, smooth and ripe, with citrusy, pineappley flavours and a smooth, slightly buttery finish. A no-fuss Chardonnay, it's priced right at $10.
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Michael Cooper (1998 Vintage) says
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