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Seifried Winemakers Collection Pinot Noir

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Seifried Winemakers Collection Pinot Noir

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Michael Cooper (2009 Vintage) says
The 2009 vintage was grown in Nelson and matured for nine months in new and one-yeat-old French oak barriques. Still youthful, it is ruby-hued and supple, with ripe plum and spice flavours, showing some savoury complexity. (The 2010 vintage is branded Aotea - see that wine.)
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Michael Cooper (2008 Vintage) says
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Michael Cooper (2007 Vintage) says
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Michael Cooper (2003 Vintage) says
The 2003 vintage was grown in Nelson, and matured for a year in new and three-year-old French oak casks. It's a bold (14. 5 per cent alcohol), sweet-fruited wine with concentrated cherry, herb and nut flavours, considerable complexity and firm tannins. The 2002 also shows excellent depth and complexity, with plum, coffee, spice and nut flavours, rich and rounded.
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Michael Cooper (2002 Vintage) says
Grown in Nelson, the 2001 was matured for nine months in oak casks (80 per cent new). Ruby-hued, it is berryish and ripely flavoured, but lacks real freshness and vibrancy. Slightly earthy and rustic, with a bouquet of mushrooms and herbs, the 2002 vintage has some fruit sweetness, plenty of flavour and a firm backbone of tannin.
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Michael Cooper (2001 Vintage) says
Grown in Nelson and matured for six months in new oak barriques, the ruby-hued 2000 vintage is fresh, mouthfilling and very smooth, with cherry and plum, green-edged flavours that lack real richness. The 2001 was matured for nine months in oak casks (80 per cent new). Ruby-hued, it is berryish and ripely flavoured, but lacks real freshness and vibrancy.
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Michael Cooper (2000 Vintage) says
Grown in Nelson and matured for six months in new oak barriques, the ruby-hued 2000 vintage is fresh, mouthfilling and very smooth, with cherry and plum, green-edged flavours that lack real richness. The 2001 was matured for nine months in oak casks (80 per cent new). Ruby-hued, it is berryish and ripely flavoured, but lacks real freshness and vibrancy.
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