2007 The Black Chook "VMR" Viognier-Marsanne-Rousanne South Australia (Elsewhere $16.99)

SKU #1057068

89 points Wine Spectator: "This silky-textured white is fresh and fragrant, with lots of floral and white pepper overtones to its pear and apricot flavors, lingering well. Viognier, Marsanne and Roussanne."

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 By: AndyG |  Review Date: 7/6/2010 
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A bit astringent, with notes of turpentine. It's not a terrible wine; it's just not enjoyable.

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