Note Tasting Wine and Beer

Topics: Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Wine Pages: 3 (921 words) Published: March 31, 2013
note teasti1/ Morgan’s Bay Chardonnay
_ Largely unoaked, this is intentionally crafted in an 'approachable style' which translates into something light and easy going - in theory at least. In reality it's just a bit cheap tasting. 2/ Morgans Bay Shiraz Cabernet, S.E. Australia _ Classic Australian style, fruit forward easy drinking red

3/ Richmond grove bay of Stone, NV brut
_ Freshness of fruit flavors and yeast complexity, are achieved by the inclusion of more than one vintage during assemblage (blending). Gentle pressing produced fresh clean juice with delicate fruit flavors. Harmonious aromas of fresh lemon citrus and red fruits. Intense lemon citrus flavors are balanced with rich creamy yeast characters that lead to a soft, clean finish. 4/ Long Gully Estate Brut Cuvee

_Flavours from the classic varieties using a range of winemaking and oak management techniques, creating distinctive cool climate wine styles, marked by their complexity and aging ability. A portion of reserve base wine adds a touch of creamy complexity to what is essentially a zesty easy drinking Sparkling. 5/ Pettavel Evening Star Chardonnay 2008 (Geelong, VIC)

_ Warm summer days and cool nights allow our Chardonnay grapes to retain vibrant and complex fruit flavours. After gentle pressing 35 percent of the juice was transferred to second fill French oak barrels for fermentation, the remaining juice was tank fermented to retain crisp youthful aromas and flavours. Upfront melon and peach flavours are enhanced with subtle oak characters and lingering tropical fruit with a citrus acid finish that ensures the wine will reward both immediate consumption or medium term cellaring. 6/ Heart of Stone Sauvignon Blanc 2009 (Marlborough, NZ)

_ This is a punchy style of savvy with deliciously intense tropical fruit, capsicum and citrus flavours. It’s a weighty and juicy wine to taste - mango, passion fruit, red bell pepper and grapefruit with refreshing acidity and...
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