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Kim Crawford Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough
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Amazing!
11/11/2011
by Denny14168540
Clean, fresh, and crisp! I love it!!!
Brilliant!!!
07/04/2010
by Garvin13884347
Love this wine. First time trying Kim Crawford and all I can say is Wow! Love the zesty notes.
Wine Advocate: 91 for the 2008
03/16/2010
by Scates13788346
I absolutely agree with the other five-star ratings. The one-star rater on this wine has NO palate. Sorry bro, but I don't understand how you or your dinner guests could say this is awful. This is a superb wine with an unbelievable value. This wine would easily fetch another $20 more in value if it were made in France. The aroma and flavors of grapefruit and mango are so obvious. Very smooth and a refreshing after-taste that kept me from setting down the glass. Thank God oak never touched this.

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New Zealand's ocean-influenced climate--markedly cooler than that of its neighbor Australia--yields wines with admirable fruit intensity and crisp acidity. Fully two-thirds of New Zealand's wine production is white, and more than half of the wine it ships to America is Sauvignon Blanc. The U.S. market has developed a major thirst for these juicy, fresh New Zealand Sauvignons, which are mostly free of oak influence. But New Zealand Pinot Noir, too, is growing...
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