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Crab Farm Gewurztraminer

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Michael Cooper (2002 Vintage) says
The 2001 vintage of this Hawke's Bay wine is from an ultra low-yielding season (less than 1 tonne/hectare). Light gold, it's full-bodied and dry, but lacks a bit of freshness and softness. Maturing gracefully, the 2002 has bright, youthful colour, good weight and plenty of ripe, citrusy, spicy flavour, gingery and earthy. It's a strongly varietal wine, for drinking now onwards.
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Michael Cooper (2001 Vintage) says
The 2001 vintage of this Hawke's Bay wine is from an ultra low-yielding season (less than 1 tonne/hectare). Light gold, it's full-bodied and dry, but lacks a bit of freshness and softness. Maturing gracefully, the 2002 has bright, youthful colour, good weight and plenty of ripe, citrusy, spicy flavour, gingery and earthy. It's a strongly varietal wine, for drinking now onwards.
Buyer's Guide to New Zealand Wines
Michael Cooper (2000 Vintage) says
Ready now, the 2000 vintage of this Hawke's Bay wine is golden, spicy and peachy, with some richness. It's an earthy, honeyed wine with a slight lack of delicacy on the finish, but shows lots of character.
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Michael Cooper (1999 Vintage) says
The 1999 vintage of this Hawke's Bay wine is light gold, with a fleshy, slightly oily palate and plenty of gingery, spicy flavour It's not the most refined wine around, but offers plenty of character
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