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Loopline Vineyard Wairarapa Chardonnay

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Loopline Vineyard Wairarapa Chardonnay

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Michael Cooper (2006 Vintage) says
Grown at Opaki, just north of Masterton, the 2006 vintage is a tight, crisp wine, lemony and slightly austere, in a lean style with some flavour intensity.
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Michael Cooper (2004 Vintage) says
Grown at Opaki, just north of Masterton, the 2002 vintage was fermented and matured for nine months in French oak casks. It's a mouthfilling wine with a distinctly buttery bouquet, ripe peach and grapefruit flavours, strong butterscotch and toast characters and a fresh, crisp finish. The 2004 has moderate depth of crisp, lemony flavours.
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Michael Cooper (2002 Vintage) says
Grown at Opaki, just north of Masterton, the 2002 vintage was fermented and matured for nine months in French oak casks. It's a mouthfilling wine with a distinctly buttery bouquet, ripe peach and grapefruit flavours, strong butterscotch and toast characters and a fresh, crisp finish.
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Michael Cooper (2001 Vintage) says
Grown at Opaki, just north of Masterton, the 2001 vintage was fermented and matured for eight months in French oak casks (50 per cent new), with full malolactic fermentation. Light lemon/green in hue, it shows a slight lack of fragrance and delicacy, but also some complexity and depth on the palate, with creamy, buttery notes and a crisp finish. I'd drink it sooner, rather than later.
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