3.5 Stars & Value for Money - Michael Coopers Buyers Guide  May 2017
"Creamy textured wine, medium-bodied, with lychee, pear and apple flavours, showing a touch of complexity, and a finely-balanced finish.” Michael Cooper

We are big fans of this hard to say and hard to grow varietal...  VEE...ON....YAY! Big, rich and dry. Coopers Creek make a damned fine example.

Part of Coopers creek, Single Vineyard series. This offers tremendous value and is drinking beautifully.
 
Winemakers Notes
"Cook County was the early 20th Century name for the entire East Cape region. We have used handpicked, whole bunch pressed fruit from Delwyn and Doug Bell’s vineyard in Hexton to craft our 2016 SV Viognier. Delwyn and Doug are meticulous in the vineyard and they were assisted by a favourable growing season. The fruit was harvested in the morning and then chilled before trucking to Auckland for processing. The wine was tank fermented and then stayed in tank for a number of months on lees. It was bottled on 6 December 2016."

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Country:

New Zealand

Region:

Gisborne

Variety:

Viognier

Style:

Soft, Buttery, Whites

Winemaker:

Steve Smith

Closure:

Screwcap

ABV

13.5%

Bottle size:

750ml

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Acidity:

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Food Match:

Soft cheeses, Chicken

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