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Hunter's Breidecker

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Breidecker is one of the easier varieties to make. The fruit is picked in the cool of the morning, quickly crushed and pressed into stainless steel tanks under anaerobic techniques. The settled juice is racked and filtered before beginning a ferment that will last about twenty-four days. We stop the ferment just before completion to retain a little residual sugar. The wine is quickly racked and cold stabilised before bottling.

Winemaker's Notes

Breidecker is one of the easier varieties to make. The fruit is picked in the cool of the morning, quickly crushed and pressed into stainless steel tanks under anaerobic techniques. The settled juice is racked and filtered before beginning a ferment that will last about twenty-four days. We stop the ferment just before completion to retain a little residual sugar. The wine is quickly racked and cold stabilised before bottling.

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Hunter's Breidecker

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Michael Cooper (2009 Vintage) says
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Michael Cooper (2004 Vintage) says
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Michael Cooper (2002 Vintage) says
This wine is made in a medium style 'for those who are new to wine'. Blended from Canterbury and Marlborough grapes, it typically offers fresh, floral aromas leading into a light, slightly sweet and zesty palate. Lively and smooth, with ripe flavours of lemons and apples, it's a charming wine that would be very easy to gulp.
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Michael Cooper (1999 Vintage) says
Hunter's makes this Marlborough wine in a medium style 'for those who are new to wine'. With its floral bouquet and fresh, slightly Limey flavour, it typically tastes like an unusually crisp and lively Muller Thurgau. The 1999 vintage is delicately scented and light in body, with an appley, refreshingly crisp finish.
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