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Infanticide. Sadly. Bone dry and came across as lean… yet flavour concentration or something suggested something that would unwind & blossom in say 2012 …

Pretty expensive for what it is, but then again, I guess that Napa Chardonnay is exactly that – expensive. More or less in the …

After putting this into the 2nd Optimor case, I then tasted it at the POTG annual tasting and got nervous, because it was very …

This is the second Meerlust wine I’ve drunk (and their first white). My feeling is that they’re trying hard, but that it’s not quite …

A bin-end from Planet of the Grapes, billed as a decent Burgundian Chardonnay, and overall I’d agree – balanced between richness and leanness. Overall …

This Hunter’s offering was much better than the Pinot Noir. Pale yellow-gold colour. Medium intensity nose of grilled pear, buttered toast and butterscotch hints. …

Top end of the Bodegas Trapiche range from Argentina, that was available in the Diageo staff shop, so I thought I’d test. Deep yellow-gold …

Product of my first visit to Napa Valley, and Diageo’s vineyards’ VIP Experiences… and the staff discounts! They made this a good-value Chardonnay from …