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Grove Mill Marlborough Pinot Gris

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Grove Mill Marlborough Pinot Gris

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Michael Cooper (2008 Vintage) says
Grove Mill is a key pioneer of Pinot Gris in Marlborough, since 1994 producing a richly flavoured style with abundant sweetness. The 2008 vintage, partly French oak-fermented, is a distinctly medium style (29 grams/litre of residual sugar) with a lower level of alcohol than usual (12.5 per cent, compared to the customary 13.5 per cent). It's a scented, medium-bodied wine with very good depth of vibrant peach, pear and spice flavours, already enjoyable.
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Michael Cooper (2007 Vintage) says
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Michael Cooper (2006 Vintage) says
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Michael Cooper (2005 Vintage) says
Grove Mill is a key pioneer of Pinot Gris in Marlborough, since 1994 producing a richly flavoured style with abundant sweetness. The 2005 vintage, partly French oak-fermented, is outstanding. Light straw, it is a distinctly Alsace-like wine, mouthfilling (14 per cent alcohol), with peachy, citrusy, slightly spicy and honeyed flavours, beautifully ripe, rich and rounded. Great drinking this summer.
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Michael Cooper (2002 Vintage) says
Grove Mill is a key pioneer of Pinor Gris in Marlborough, since 1994 producing a richly flavoured style with abundant sweetness. The 2001 vintage is rich and soft, with ripe stone-fruit, lychees and pear flavours, some oily notes and good varietal character. The 2002 vintage was grown principally in the Omaka Valley, stop-fermented in a distinctly medium style (with 17 grams/litre of sugar) and given a full malolactic fermentation. Already delicious, it's a mouthfilling, rich and rounded wine with good mouthfeel and texture and strong peach and spice flavours.
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Michael Cooper (2001 Vintage) says
Grove Mill is a key pioneer of Pinor Gris in Marlborough, since 1994 producing a richly flavoured style with abundant sweetness. The 2001 vintage is rich and soft, with ripe stone-fruit, lychees and pear flavours, some oily notes and good varietal character. The 2002 vintage was grown principally in the Omaka Valley, stop-fermented in a distinctly medium style (with 17 grams/litre of sugar) and given a full malolactic fermentation. Already delicious, it's a mouthfilling, rich and rounded wine with good mouthfeel and texture and strong peach and spice flavours.
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Michael Cooper (2000 Vintage) says
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Michael Cooper (1999 Vintage) says
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Michael Cooper (1998 Vintage) says
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Michael Cooper (1997 Vintage) says
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Michael Cooper (1996 Vintage) says
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