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Ma Maison Martinborough Pinot Noir

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Ma Maison Martinborough Pinot Noir

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Michael Cooper (2009 Vintage) says
This rare wine from Leung Estate is based on close-planted, low-cropped vines planted in 1995. The 2008 vintage is outstanding. Deep in colour, it is very rich and sweet-fruited, with a wealth of plum, spice and nut flavours. Sturdy and finely textured, it's well worth cellaring. The 2009 is a forward vintage, with strong, plummy, spicy flavours in a complex, savoury style with gentle tannins and good harmony. It's drinking well now.
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Michael Cooper (2008 Vintage) says
This rare wine from Leung Estate is based on close-planted, low-cropped vines planted in 1995. The 2007 is dark and fruit-crammed, with sweet-fruit delights and very fresh, highly concentrated cherry, plum and slight liquorice flavours. The 2008 vintage is outstanding. Deep and youthful in colour, it is very rich and sweet-fruited, with a wealth of plum, spice and nut flavours. Sturdy and finely textured, it's already delicious, but well worth cellaring.
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Michael Cooper (2007 Vintage) says
This rare wine from Leung Estate is based on close-planted, low-cropped vines planted in 1995. The 2007 is dark and fruit-crammed, with sweet-fruit delights and very fresh, highly concentrated cherry, plum and slight liquorice flavours. The 2008 vintage is outstanding. Deep and youthful in colour, it is very rich and sweet-fruited, with a wealth of plum, spice and nut flavours. Sturdy and finely textured, it's already delicious, but well worth cellaring.
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