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Gibbston Valley Le Fou The Expressionist Series Riesling

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Gibbston Valley Le Fou The Expressionist Series Riesling

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Michael Cooper (2010 Vintage) says
Estate-grown at Bendigo, in Central Otago, the 2009 vintage has abundant sweetness and mouth-watering acidity. Light-bodied and racy, it is finely poised, with lemony, appley flavours, showing some complexity, and is likely to be long-lived. The 2010 is also a medium style (25 grams/litre of residual sugar), scented and light (10 per cent alcohol), with richness through the palate and a long, lemony finish. Best 2013+.
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Michael Cooper (2009 Vintage) says
Estate-grown at Bendigo, in Central Otago, the 2009 vintage has abundant sweetness and mouth-watering acidity. Light-bodied and racy, it is finely poised, with lemony, appley flavours, showing some complexity, and is likely to be long-lived. The 2010 is also a medium style (25 grams/litre of residual sugar), scented and light (10 per cent alcohol), with richness through the palate and a long, lemony finish. Best 2013+.
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Michael Cooper (2008 Vintage) says
Grown in the Home Block at Gibbston, in Central Otago, this is a lower alcohol, sweeter style than its stablemate (above). The 2008 vintage has abundant sweetness (40 grams/ litre of residual sugar), balanced by mouth-watering acidity. Light (9 per cent alcohol) and racy, it shows excellent intensity of lemony, appley flavours, vibrant and minerally, with good complexity.
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Michael Cooper (2007 Vintage) says
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