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Greystone Waipara Sauvignon Blanc

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Greystone Waipara Sauvignon Blanc

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Michael Cooper (2011 Vintage) says
The outstanding 2010 vintage was fermented in a 2:1 mix of tanks and French oak barrels. Intense, tight and racy, it is concentrated, with an array of grapefruit, melon and lime flavours, showing excellent vigour, and a dry, long finish. The 2011 is more restrained. Partly barrel-fermented, it is still very youthful, with fresh, citrusy, limey, slightly spicy flavours, dry and minerally, and a poised, lengthy finish. Open mid-2012+.
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Michael Cooper (2010 Vintage) says
The outstanding 2010 vintage was fermented in a 2:1 mix of tanks and French oak barrels. Intense, tight and racy, it is concentrated, with an array of grapefruit, melon and lime flavours, showing excellent vigour, and a dry, long finish. The 2011 is more restrained. Partly barrel-fermented, it is still very youthful, with fresh, citrusy, limey, slightly spicy flavours, dry and minerally, and a poised, lengthy finish. Open mid-2012+.
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Michael Cooper (2009 Vintage) says
The 2009 vintage was 4 per cent fermented in French oak barrels and made in a fully dry style. Ripely scented, it has good weight, fresh, delicate melon and herb flavours, a minerally streak and good intensity.
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Michael Cooper (2007 Vintage) says
The quietly classy 2007 vintage is fresh and full-bodied, with good texture and depth of citrus fruit, passionfruit and lime flavours. Fleshy and slightly minerally, it should age well.
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