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2009 Kumeu River Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough
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87? Points | International Wine Cellar , September/October 2011

Pale yellow.  Reduced aromas of passion fruit, soft citrus fruits, smoke and flint.  Fat on entry, then disjointed in the middle, with a streak of lemony acidity clashing with the wine's essentially supple texture.  There's good citrussy intensity here, but the finish is currently austere and a bit sour.  Does not appear to be in the class of the superb 2008.

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