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  • Julia Harding MW
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  • Julia Harding MW
22 May 2009

After 30 years of captivating consumers with distinctive flavours ranging from gooseberry to nettles via passionfruit, cat’s pee, asparagus, citrus and capsicum, New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc seems to be going through an identity crisis. The question of barrel fermentation and/or ageing adds another…

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