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Torlesse Waipara Gewurztraminer

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Torlesse Waipara Gewurztraminer

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Michael Cooper (2010 Vintage) says
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Michael Cooper (2009 Vintage) says
Fine value. The 2009 vintage is fresh and lively, in an intensely varietal style with a distinct splash of sweetness (16 grams/litre of residual sugar) and spicy, concentrated flavours.
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Michael Cooper (2002 Vintage) says
Made in a fully dry style, the 2002 vintage is youthful and crisp, with lemony, slightly-spicy and gingery, green-edged flavours. It's a moderately varietal wine that lacks a bit of richness and softness, but may need more time to show its best.
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Michael Cooper (1996 Vintage) says
Grown in winemaker Kym Rayner's vineyard in North Canterbury, the 1995 vintage is a perfumed, full, slightly creamy wine with plenty of peppery flavour and a long, well-spiced finish. Rounded and rich, weighty and dry, it is a subtle, classy wine. The 96 is slightly less impressive, but fresh and lively, with an aromatic, spicy/gingery nose and crisp, slightly sweet, moderately spicy palate.
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Michael Cooper (1995 Vintage) says
Grown in winemaker Kym Rayner's vineyard in North Canterbury, the 1995 vintage is a perfumed, full, slightly creamy wine with plenty of peppery flavour and a long, well-spiced finish. Rounded and rich, weighty and dry, it is a subtle, classy wine. The 96 is slightly less impressive, but fresh and lively, with an aromatic, spicy/gingery nose and crisp, slightly sweet, moderately spicy palate.
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