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  1. Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2013

    92 POINTS - Campbell Mattinson 'It's fresh, aromatic and intense without going either overboard (or underboard for that matter) about it all. Grass, citrus, passionfruit pulp, gunsmoke. It feels cool and inviting. It takes nips out of you, but not big bites. It has a sense of balance. If you want to go the Cloudy Bay SB, this would be a good one to jump at.'

  2. Dom Perignon Vintage 2004

    Dom Pérignon is the most famous Champagne in the world, and for good reason. The bouquet sparkles with delicate fresh violets in a setting of white peaches. The soft delicate flavours continue while the senses are tickled by the most delicate of fine bubbles. Though this is such a fine delicate wine, the complexity is astounding, along with its length. Stunning.

  3. Wirra Wirra Catapult Shiraz 2011

    Bright, juicy sweet fruit floods the palate with plum and blueberry dominating. The soft silky palate is enhanced by fine tannins and bright acidity. This medium bodied wine is flavoursome with wonderful palate ‘joie de vivre’. A wine of vibrant character.

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