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  • Jancis Robinson
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  • Jancis Robinson
10 Oct 2018

Jancis reports on a world first: a hugely impressive set of verticals from a source of impeccable Chardonnays, in New Zealand. 

Do we need white burgundy? This thought went through my head at the end of an amazing, and impressively consistent, tasting of 48 Chardonnays from Kumeu River in New Zealand last month. 

I…