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Chiseled Chardonnay, with the pear, mango and peach flavors inlaid with mineral and floral notes that define the lengthy finish. Should age nicely too. Drink now through 2006. 3,500 cases made. From South Africa. —James Molesworth
With lovely pear tartine, floral, matchstick and grilled nut aromas and flavors, this is lushly layered and ripe with enough minerality underneath to keep the extra mango and dried pineapple notes driving through the lengthy finish. Drink now through 2006 —James Molesworth
Firm, tight and concentrated, with a rich beam of complex raspberry, blackberry, wild berry and floral scents that give it a wide range of flavors, yet it has a great backbone of acidity and tannins, and the flavors push through on the finish. Drink now t —James Laube
A rich, full-bodied, mouthfilling style, with intense, concentrated layers of spice, hazelnut, pear and fig, holding a tight focus and finishing with a long, persistent aftertaste that picks up a trace of cedar on the finish. Drink now through 2007. 1,000 —James Laube
Subtle at first, but layers of persimmon, orange blossom, white peach and minerals develop steadily in the glass, while showing length and concentration on the finish. Drink now through 2005. 300 cases made. From South Africa. —James Molesworth
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