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Josef Chromy NV Tasmanian Cuvee 750ml

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91 points - 2022 Halliday Wine Companion

Pale straw with a lively fine bead. Aromas of crisp Granny Smith apple and citrus. A lively palate of crunchy green apple and lemon with hints of toasted biscuit. Richness and complexity in its youth thanks to delicate aldehydic layering. Pinot Noir (57%), Chardonnay (42%) with a dash of Pinot Meunier and Pinot Gris. Sourced from our estate vineyard at Relbia in northern Tasmania. 

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