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Hawkesbridge Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc

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Hawkesbridge Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc

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Michael Cooper (2003 Vintage) says
Sold by mail-order wine clubs, the 2003 vintage is a fractionally sweet, appley wine with crisp acidity and moderate flavour depth.
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Michael Cooper (1999 Vintage) says
Mike and Judy Veal's Marlborough wine is the sort of Sauvignon Blanc it's easy to drink a lot of - mouthfilling, with a basket of ripe fruit flavours, pure, delicate and non-aggressive, a sliver of sweetness and fresh, balanced acidity. The 1998 is a big wine (13.5 per cent alcohol) with a distinct splash of sweetness enhancing its very ripe feel. It's a very non-herbaceous style, fresh, delicate, flavoursome and smooth. The 1999 vintage, tasted before bottling, has a lifted, scented bouquet. Very fresh and tangy, with strong passionfruit/lime characters and an off-dry finish, it looked like a top vintage (and soon after won a gold medal in August at the Liquorland Top 100 Competition).
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Michael Cooper (1998 Vintage) says
Mike and Judy Veal's Marlborough wine is the sort of Sauvignon Blanc it's easy to drink a lot of - mouthfilling, with a basket of ripe fruit flavours, pure, delicate and non-aggressive, a sliver of sweetness and fresh, balanced acidity. The 1998 is a big wine (13.5 per cent alcohol) with a distinct splash of sweetness enhancing its very ripe feel. It's a very non-herbaceous style, fresh, delicate, flavoursome and smooth. The 1999 vintage, tasted before bottling, has a lifted, scented bouquet. Very fresh and tangy, with strong passionfruit/lime characters and an off-dry finish, it looked like a top vintage (and soon after won a gold medal in August at the Liquorland Top 100 Competition).
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