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Morton Est. White Label H.B. Chardonnay

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Morton Est. White Label H.B. Chardonnay

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Michael Cooper (1996 Vintage) says
Based on Riverview Vineyard, Hawke's Bay fruit, this is typically a rich wine with strong, ripe fruit and biscuity wood flavours. Although less fragrant and deep-flavoured than the remarkable '94, the '95 is still an enjoyable wine with good weight, delicate, citrusy, nutty flavours and a crisp, slightly creamy finish. The 1996 vintage doesn't match the '94, but is clearly superior to the '95. French oak-fermented and wood-matured for nine months, it's a Light yellow wine with a clean, light fragrance. The palate is smooth (65 per cent malolactic fermentation), with good depth of ripe, lemony flavour, restrained wood influence and balanced acidity; a drink-young style with character
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Michael Cooper (1995 Vintage) says
Based on Riverview Vineyard, Hawke's Bay fruit, this is typically a rich wine with strong, ripe fruit and biscuity wood flavours. Although less fragrant and deep-flavoured than the remarkable '94, the '95 is still an enjoyable wine with good weight, delicate, citrusy, nutty flavours and a crisp, slightly creamy finish. The 1996 vintage doesn't match the '94, but is clearly superior to the '95. French oak-fermented and wood-matured for nine months, it's a Light yellow wine with a clean, light fragrance. The palate is smooth (65 per cent malolactic fermentation), with good depth of ripe, lemony flavour, restrained wood influence and balanced acidity; a drink-young style with character
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Michael Cooper (1994 Vintage) says
Based on Riverview Vineyard, Hawke's Bay fruit, this is typically a rich wine with strong, ripe fruit and biscuity wood flavours. Although less fragrant and deep-flavoured than the remarkable '94, the '95 is still an enjoyable wine with good weight, delicate, citrusy, nutty flavours and a crisp, slightly creamy finish. The 1996 vintage doesn't match the '94, but is clearly superior to the '95. French oak-fermented and wood-matured for nine months, it's a light yellow wine with a clean, light fragrance. The palate is smooth (65 per cent malolactic fermentation), with good depth of ripe, lemony flavour, restrained wood influence and balanced acidity; a drink-young style with character
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Michael Cooper (1993 Vintage) says
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Michael Cooper (1992 Vintage) says
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Michael Cooper (1991 Vintage) says
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Michael Cooper (1990 Vintage) says
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