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2007 Daniel Schuster Wines Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough
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91 Points | International Wine Cellar , September/October 2008

($19) Pale color. Sancerre-like aromas of lemon, talc and white flowers. Juicy, spicy and sophisticated, with brisk lime and crushed stone flavors. Very pretty, balanced wine, finishing classically dry, understated and long. Conveys an impression of chalky soil. Perhaps a tad leaner but more penetrating than the excellent 2006 example.

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