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94 points Wine Enthusiast: "This is an absolute bargain considered the level of quality and deliciousness here. From the cool climes of North Canterbury, this is on the robust side for the region. It bounces in tones of tangy cranberry, baking cherry, clove, cinnamon and crushed mineral. The tannins are well integrated, taut and sappy, allowing room for the crunchy berry and warm spice notes to shine. " (02/2021) 93 points Bob Campbell: "Gently aromatic wine with bright cherry, crushed herb, anise, spice and nutty oak flavours. A supple, accessib...

93 points Sam Kim: "Bright and fresh, the delightfully fruited wine shows lifted aromas of feijoa, kiwifruit and Gala apple characters with a lovely touch of lime zest. The palate delivers juicy fruit intensity and fine texture, brilliantly structure by crisp acidity, finishing long and very tasty." (10/2019) 92 points Wine Enthusiast: "In addition to pineapple rind, red apple peel and lemon verbena tones, this wine offers gentle accents of warm stone and dried riverside vegetation, too. The acidity is bright and zippy and there's lovely purity of frui...
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94 points Sam Kim: "Fabulously ripe and expressive, the inviting bouquet shows passionfruit, rockmelon, currant, lime zest and lemongrass notes, leading to a concentrated palate that is juicy and lively. The wine offers terrific fruit intensity and power, leading to an impressively long vibrant finish." (05/2018) 90 points Wine Spectator: "White grapefruit, green apple and lemon curd flavors are generous and intense, with floral and honeycomb hints on the finish. (MW)" (09/2019)
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According to winemaker Theo Coles: "It all began in 2002 when I stumbled across an etching of a large gnarly looking ram standing in a field during my travels. He was defiant, a little sauvage, had an old world charm and was very New Zealand. I bought him, had him framed and hung him up in my lounge. 10 years later I happened across Gareth Renowden, the owner of the Limestone Hills vineyard in the Waipara Gorge. Along with a truffiere he had 1000 Pinot Noir vines planted on beautiful active limestone soil. He wanted help to make some wine, after a walk ...
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Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Cotton-candy pink in hue and aroma, Mount Edward's 2019 Rose is a plump, medium-bodied wine with notes of strawberries, nectarines and mixed citrus. It's perhaps a bit too generous in feel on the palate to be bone dry, but it finishes with enough crisp acidity to make it palatable with food. (JC)" (03/2020) K&L Notes: Coming from a single block of the Muirkirk vineyard, the grapes are picked specifically to make rosé. One hundred percent Pinot Noir grapes spending 2-3 hours on the skins before being drained off, creates ...
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