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3 Comments 12 September 2010

Grape varieties are the key to understanding modern wine. Grape names are increasingly seen on labels and most wine drinkers can now name at least one or two of their favourite grape varieties.

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    And that's quite enuf Burgundy-ising. Kiwi Pinot doesn't need it, but those Seresin 2011s may be an exception. Check them out @Armit_Wines .

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    Raupo Creek - denser, richer,broody, definitely funky, packed with chewy dark fruit and fumes of bitter-edged spice. Top Gevrey style in 10.

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