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Wednesday Round-up - the 2017 edition
Sue Courtney's tasting notes from the First Glass Fine Wine Wednesday $15 tastings

June 2017
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Sue Courtney's Fine Wine Wednesday tasting notes were recorded for First Glass Wines and Spirits in Takapuna for publication on their website. These notes are archival and may have been deleted from their site by now.
Some of the prices may be 'specials', but were correct at the date noted for the tasting. Check out for current availability and pricing. New Zealand readers can purchase the wines online from there.

Fine Wine Wednesday Tasting – 28 Jun 2017
Anything but New Zealand
Wines were tasted blind.

Albert Mann Cremant d'Alsace Extra Brut Sparkling 2013 – France
There a burst of froth when the wine is poured and the fizz is vigorous on the first sip. Yeasty aromas follow through to the savoury palate where bright fresh tingly apple acidity succumbs to the foamy mouthfeel and the finish is long and dry. A classy blend of mainly Pinot Blanc, Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris with a Champagne-like allure.
12.5% alc. Cork. First Glass Price: $34.99.

Mosswood Wilyabrup Margaret River Chardonnay 2015 – Western Australia
This light golden chardonnay has a gorgeous toasty nut butter bouquet with a hint of caramel and it a beautifully rounded mouthfeel with super smooth flow. It’s crammed with flavours of malt, caramel, buttered popcorn, toasted macadamia nuts and spicy mellow oak with a hint of peach on the long, bright, lingering finish 13.5% alc. Screwcap. First Glass Price: $62.99.

Kendall Jackson Camelot Highland Chardonnay 2015 – Santa Maria Valley, California, USA
Yellow gold in the glass with a bold, rich, savoury bouquet that hints of tropical fruit and lemon polished cedar. It’s soft, rounded, smooth, generous, fat, luscious and ripe with a mouthfilling texture, harmonious mellow oak and touches of apricot and pineapple on the bright lifted finish.
14.5% alc. Cork. First Glass Price: $44.99.

Chateau Tahbilk Marsanne, Roussane, Viognier 2013 – Victoria, Australia
Golden hued with hints of coconut and lime on the beguilingly fragrant bouquet with mouth-watering acidity filling the palate. Dry with a flinty undercurrent yet wonderfully textural at the same time with flavours reminiscent of lemon wafer biscuit flavours with hints of peach and touches of spice on the long, bright, mouthfilling finish. Gold & Trophy NZIWS 2016.
13.5% alc. Screwcap. First Glass Price: $28.99.

Schoffit Pinot Gris Tradition 2012 – Alsace, France
The colour a glossy gold, the scent is rich and honeyed and there's a sense of sweetness to the taste. It’s quite an oily textured wine with creamed honey, floral nuances, vanilla poached pear and a zing of spice to the long, mouthfilling finish with a mellow aura all that hints of the five years of age.
14% alc. Cork. First Glass Price: $32.99.

Two Hands Brilliant Disguise Barossa Valley Moscato 2013 – South Australia
Straw lemon in the glass with a perfumed muscat grape and apple skin scent. Bright in the mouth with a spritzy texture – like fizzy tropical fruit sherbet lollies, plus hints of mandarin, a delicate aura of honey and a lingering nuance of tarragon. Light, refreshing, delicious and a perfect palate cleanser. 8% alc. Screwcap. First Glass Price: $20.99. 500-ml bottle.

Domaine Lafond Roc-Epine Cotes du Rhone 2015 – Rhone Valley, France
This little medium-bodied charmer has a translucent ruby purple hue, the bouquet is a touch savoury with blue plum fruit and a subtle suggestion of spice and the taste has a smoky, savoury, deli meat allure. Made from a blend of 70% Grenache and 30% Syrah it has fine but reasonably dry tannins, the merest suggestion of pepper, and purple fruit sweetness emerging on the lingering finish.
13.5% alc. Cork. First Glass Price: $19.99.

Finca Constantia Parcela 23 Tempranillo 2014 – Tierra de Castilla, Spain
Inky blackberry red with crimson edges. The bouquet is suggestive of roasted coffee beans with hints of mocha and it’s quite meaty in the palate with juicy red berry fruit, vanillin oak, savoury earthy notes, a hint of menthol and a lovely long finish where berry chocolate emerges. This label of Gonzales Byass seems so harmonious and smooth with its soft velvety tannins but there is a firm structural frame.
14% alc. Cork. First Glass Price: $18.99.

Tasca Perricone Guarnaccio 2014 – Sicily
Medium dark red with sweet vanillin oak and ripe berry fruit filling the bouquet while seductive alcohol warmth is a feature in the full-bodied palate that has very fine dry tannins, prunes, dried currants, Christmas cake fruit, cake spices and a comforting velvety cloak. This label of Tenuta Regaleali made from the obscure ‘Perricone’ grape is mouth-filling and impressive.
15% alc. Cork. First Glass Price: $24.99.

Reilly's Clare Valley Shiraz 2014 – South Australia
Purple black in the glass with a fragrant ripe berry fruit and spicy vanillin oak bouquet and deep and dark in the firm palate that’s full of chocolate and mocha with a meaty undercurrent and crushed red and black pepper. A veritable blockbuster with the alcohol masked by juicy red fruits while cherry chocolate notes linger long after the wine has been swallowed.
15.5% alc. Screwcap. First Glass Price: $19.99.

Langmeil Valley Floor Barossa Shiraz 2014 – South Australia
Dark pink purple red in the glass, the bouquet is brimming with vanillin oak, mulberries, chocolate and cherries and in the mouth it is instantly mouthfilling and generous. It’s full of juicy red and black berries with pepper and spice, fine firm tannins, creamy oak, touches of mint and a stupendously long creamy berry chocolate-coated finish. Delicious now but has excellent cellaring potential.
14.5% alc. Screwcap. First Glass Price: $26.99.

Fine Wine Wednesday Tasting – 21 Jun 2017
Church Road Wines
Wines were tasted blind.

Church Road McDonald Series Hawkes Bay Pinot Gris 2016
There’s a touch of copper to the golden colour. The bouquet is all pears poached in honey and spice and the taste is full and luscious with a mouth-coating texture. It’s a sweeter style (than the norm) with a tingle of ginger and white pepper, a touch of beeswax and loads of fleshy baked apple and pear flavours. 14.5% alc. Screwcap. First Glass Price: $19.99.

Brancott Letter Series O* Marlborough Chardonnay 2016
Glossy citrine in hue with a heady bouquet offering toasted nuts and leesy barrel ferment delights. Smooth and creamy in its flow with initial flavours reminiscent of tropical fruit and caramel banana bikes together with hazelnuts, toasted brioche and a spicy heat then fleshy Golden Queen peach-like fruit and biscuity notes on the mouthfilling savoury finish.
14% alc. Screwcap. First Glass Price: $19.99.

Church Road McDonald Series Hawkes Bay Chardonnay 2016
A rich, more linear, more flinty style of Chardonnay with a light lemon gold hue, a nutty aroma and warm, leesy, upfront citrussy flavours with stonefruit emerging. It’s quite dry with nutty savoury oak and lovely malty flavours on the long bright finish. Great buying to store in your cellar until the end of winter.
13.5% alc. Screwcap. First Glass Price: $19.99.

Church Road Grand Reserve Hawkes Bay Chardonnay 2015
The fantastically intense rich malty aroma is embossed with hazelnut and funky yeast / gunsmoke notes and it is full and rounded and harmonious in its flow with malt, nuts, toast and a spicy zesty brightness to the finish, all the while those lovely savoury, funky, flinty notes in behind. Church Road describe as complex and multi-dimensional – I agree, absolutely.
14% alc. Screwcap. First Glass Price: $29.99.

Church Road TOM Hawkes Bay Chardonnay 2014
The savoury oak bouquet has a wonderful leesy, mealy, malty sizzled butter allure with a haunting floral note wafting through and the taste is concentrated and powerful with a deep, sweet oak frame. It’s full of toasted brioche, fig, creamed nuts, delicate peach and the merest touch of mandarin with an incredibly malty finish, a lingering spicy zesty vibe and again an evocative floral note. Still such a baby but the potential is clearly there.
14% alc. Screwcap. First Glass Price: $149.

Church Road McDonald Series Hawkes Bay Marzemino 2015
Purple crimson in hue with a beautifully fragrant (and intriguing) bouquet of concentrated berry, nutmeg, smoky creamy oak and sweet leather. Red and purple fruits fill the juicy palate with supple tannins that have a firm velvety edge while the finish is long and dry. There's something cosy and comforting about the slightly rustic flavour that has a fresh acid spine and accents of pepper and toasted aromatic Indian spices. A rare Italian grape variety that’s being discontinued by this winery.
13.5% alc. Screwcap. First Glass Price: $26.99.

Church Road McDonald Series Hawkes Bay Syrah 2014
Impenetrable purple violet. Slightly jammy red fruit aromas with a hint of pepper and rosehip adding to the bouquet and syrah’s signature spice and pepper a feature in the palate. Full of juicy plum and dark cherry fruit almost heading towards raisins with fine textured supple tannins, creamy oak with a polished edge, a slightly meaty undercurrent with a hint of chicory and again that seductive floral (rose potpourri) lift to the harmonious finish. 14.5% alc. Screwcap. First Glass Price: $26.99.

Church Road Grand Reserve Hawkes Bay Syrah 2015
There’s a youthful vibrancy to the purple red hue; the brooding berry fruit bouquet there's a hint of fennel seed (among the fragrant spices ) together with, a hint of gunsmoke (barrel smoke) and mocha wafting thru. Mouthfilling and firm in the harmonious palate with signature pepper and an array of intriguing warm sweet spices (no clove, no cinnamon) infusing the juicy blackberry fruit flavours together with rose petal, sweet leather, a suggestion of chocolate dust and anise.. Five stars and number 3 in the latest Cuisine. 14% alc. Screwcap. First Glass Price: $36.99.

Church Road TOM Hawkes Bay Syrah 2014
This initially reticent inky powerhouse opens up to reveal a delicate fragrance of warm spices, rich plummy fruit, hints of rose spice, tar, liquorice, black forest chocolate and leather – more powerful in the empty glass I could smell for a long time afterward. Juicy is the first taste impression - juicy plums and cherries over savoury French oak infused with toasted aromatic spices (that were eluded to in the Marzemino and in the bouquet of this) with a hint of liquorice and fine firm tannins with a supple flow. A heady and already harmonious Syrah with the alcohol sweetness masking the youthfulness (a little bit of a porty feel) and a peppery bite to the long dry finish, where the youthfulness is more apparent. “A stonkingly good wine,” says Sam.
15% alc. Cork. First Glass Price: $199.

Church Road McDonald Series Hawkes Bay Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
Inky red black. Lovely purity of cabernet fruit on the bouquet with a fragrant almost soapy floral note and freshly sawn cedar. Mouthfilling and immediately inviting in the bright, spicy palate – a zesty fruit cake spice rather than a peppery spice with creamy (sappy) oak, juicy blackcurrant and blueberry fruit, fine tannins, hints of mocha, dark chocolate biscuits (Oreo) and more. Beautifully structured and harmonious with a lovely creamy berry fruit profile. Very hard not to like.
14.5% alc. Screwcap. First Glass Price: $26.99.

Church Road Grand Reserve Hawkes Bay Cabernet Merlot 2013
Inky purple red with a complex winey cedary bouquet embossed with chocolate, poached cherries and crushed red jam berries. Still very youthful with very firm tannins, cedar, smoky cigar box, pipe tobacco, juicy redcurrant and plum fruit, leather, mocha, a hint of anise and underlying dried herbs with a hint of mint on the very dry finish. This stellar blend of 56% Cabernet Sauvignon and 44% Merlot is definitely still unfurling.
14.5% alc. Screwcap. First Glass Price: $36.99.

Church Road TOM Hawkes Bay Cabernet Merlot 2014
Inky purple black with a complex aromatic and cedary bouquet with lifted red fruit and hints of camphor, violet, anise, rose spice and fragrant herbs. The palate is almost ethereal with beautifully fine tannins and a savoury frame with spicy oak supportive but never intrusive. The blackcurrant and black cherry fruit is concentrated, complex and ripe, there’s a hint of chocolate, a smidgen of mint and other dried herbs and the creamy finish just seems to float. A blend of 60% Merlot from the Gimblett Gravels and 40% Cabernet from Redstone.
15% alc. Cork. First Glass Price: $199.

What is so amazing about the Tom reds is the fragrance – smelling the empty glass – very satisfying.

Fine Wine Wednesday Tasting – 14 Jun 2017
Options Night
Wines were not tasted blind.

Spencer Hill Trés Elegant Nelson Chardonnay 2014
Light lemon gold with a bouquet that is creamy and toasty with a hint of vanilla. It tastes smooth and toasty with roasted nut flavours, hints of citrus and peach and a savoury finish with lingering butter caramel. Nice little starter wine and Kingsley said he could drink this.
13.5% alc. Cork. First Glass Price: $24.99.

Kendall Jackson Grand Reserve Chardonnay 2015 – California, USA
Moderate glossy gold. Quite heady on the nose and mouth-coating and textural in the palate with an ultra smooth creamy flow. Caramel oozes from this wine that’s balanced with a nice touch of acidity and underlying polished savoury oak and has a long, focussed finish with just a suggestion of vanilla poached peach. Monterey and Santa Barbara fruit.
14.5% alc. Cork. First Glass Price: $30.99.

Trinity Hill Gimblett Gravels Marsanne Viognier 2014 – Hawkes Bay
Delicately scented yet with loads of flavour, this is just off dry with a whisper of honeysuckle among the musky rose petal-like florals with tropical fruit and hints of coconut and apricot also coming to mind. Gentle on entry but powerful textural intensity, palate weight and length. A blend of 55% Marsanne and 45% Viognier wild fermented and matured in older oak.
14.5% alc. Screwcap. First Glass Price: $28.99.

Lawson Dry Hills Pioneer Series Marlborough Gewurztraminer 2015
Unmistakably gewurz with its powerful musk, spice, rose oil and lychee aromas that follow through to the juicy, flavoursome taste together with hints of orange pomander. Off dry, heading towards luscious but never cloying, just beautifully balanced with seamless flow.
14.5% alc. Screwcap. First Glass Price: $29.99.

Giesen The Brothers Late Harvest Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2013
Sunshine gold in the glass. Honeycomb and dried apricot on the nose. Concentrated like nectar yet with bright refreshing acidity that cuts through the beeswax flavours finishing with liquid toffee and on the finish the pungency of the sauvignon blanc grape comes through. Trophy winner.
10% alc. Screwcap. First Glass Price: $28.99 375-ml bottle.

Thelema Mountain Red 2008 – Western Cape, South Africa
A touch of bricking to the dark red hue hints of some age. It’s dusty and mellow on the nose but full of bright red fruit in the palate with firm tannins, a meaty depth and a smoky savoury allure. Plums, Christmas cake, cigar box and a touch of chocolate emerge and the finish is ripe and juicy. The blend includes 26% Cabernet Sauvignon,28% Merlot, 21% Petit Verdot and 22% Grenache.
14.5% alc. Screwcap. First Glass Price: $25.99.

Villa Maria Cellar Selection Hawkes Bay Syrah 2015
Vibrant purple red in the glass with dark berries, cola and chocolate aromas and thick and firm in the mouthfilling palate with flavours reminiscent of purple plums, mulberries, black pepper and mocha with underlying fragrant herbs, savoury oak, touches of vanilla and a long, succulent, fulfilling and lingering finish. No 1 in Cuisine NZ Syrah tasting 2017.
13% alc. Screwcap. First Glass Price: $19.99.

Braida Montebruna Barbera d'Asti 2013 – Piedmont, Italy
A deep dark red fading on the edges. The savoury, funky aroma immediately whisks me to Europe with ‘barnyard’ muttered by several people in the room. All this and more in the palate with worn leather, mercurochrome, herbs and a slight acid bite then the fruit emerges – red fruits, cherry fruits, red and blackcurrant jubes and a peppery vibe to the firm tannin finish where all those barnyard notes disappear and the fruit wins out on the day. Fascinating wine, best accompanied with food.
14% alc. Cork. First Glass Price: $32.99.

Quinta do Crasto ‘Crasto Superior’ 2013 – Douro DOC, Portugal
Bright blackcurrant red hue. Brooding on the nose with a sense of dark chocolate. Dense and meaty in the palate with a succulent aura. The berry fruit is ripe, almost raisined, there’s a touch of mint, a hint of chocolate, firm tannins and winey sweetness to the finish. A clean, modern wine from a blend of Touriga Nacional, Touriga Franca, Tinta Roriz and Sousao grapes grown in the Upper Douro region.
14.5% alc. Cork. First Glass Price: $32.99.

Kilikanoon Killerman's Run Clare Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 – South Australia
It’s a concentrated crimson-tinged red. The bouquet is like mint velvet and the taste is ripe and succulent with striking mint, chocolate and berry tones, supple tannins and a long smoky savoury finish. A cooler climate Australian red developing nicely.
14% alc. Screwcap. First Glass Price: $22.99.

Shinas Estate The Verdict Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 – Mildura, South East Australia
Bright purple red. There’s purity of bramble berry fruit on the nose with perhaps a hint of leather and it tastes rich and ripe with fine-grained tannins, redcurrant and blackcurrant fruit, touches of raspberry jam, hints of chocolate and graphite and a warm spicy finish with a touch of pepper.
14.6% alc. Screwcap. First Glass Price: $19.99.

Shinas Estate The Guilty Shiraz 2015 – Mildura, South East Australia
Deep dark red. A little brooding on the nose but oh so flavoursome in the rich, ripe concentrated mouthfilling palate. It’s full of vanillin oak, coconut oak and sappy oak with loads of pepper, succulent berries, plums and black cherries, a touch of mint and loads and loads of black forest chocolate cake flavours. An enormous wine that with this vintage is right back on form.
15.8% alc. Screwcap. First Glass Price: $19.99.

Fine Wine Wednesday Tasting – 7 Jun 2017
Ten Different Varieties
Wines were tasted blind.

Delegate Crownthorpe Terraces Hawkes Bay Chardonnay 2016
This is still very youthful. The bouquet is brightly aromatic with a hint of quince underpinned by nut and subtle toasty oak and in the palate it has mouthfeel and palate weight with a steely undercurrent, yellow tropical fruit, a touch of pawpaw seed and a suggestion of brufax on the finish. Needs a little more time to fatten up.
13% alc. Screwcap. First Glass Price: $16.99.

Esk Valley Hawkes Bay Verdelho 2016
Golden in colour with a fruity aromatic allure and the taste is spicy with a touch of pineapple adding brightness to the mellow yellow fruit flavours with perhaps a hint a melon jam. There is palate concentration throughout and a touch of gunsmoke infusing the bright fruity zingy finish.
14% alc. Screwcap. First Glass Price: $15.99.

Villa Maria Library Release Hawkes Bay Chardonnay 2010
Glorious golden yellow with a full, complex and aromatic bouquet that has a waft of vanillin oak and brightness to the fruit. Smoky and toasty in the rounded, mouthfilling palate with hints of stone fruit and a creamy flow. There’s plenty of oak and a lovely touch of caramel to the deliciously satisfying finish with still enough acidity to keep it on the road - and best of all it can be well chilled. Keltern and Ngakirikiri vineyards.
13.5% alc. Screwcap. First Glass Price: $54.99.

Roaring Meg Central Otago Pinot Gris 2016
Light gold in hue with a medley of apple on the nose – heritage apple, slightly stewed apple, lemon and apple – and an attractive delicate floral blossomy note wafting through. Flinty, steely and crisp in the palate with apple and Nashi pear and a zing of aromatic spice on the lingering finish that is softened with a touch of honey. Surprised several pinot gris detractors who, when tasting blind, found they liked it. Made by Mt Difficulty.
14% alc. Screwcap. First Glass Price: $18.99.

Spy Valley Marlborough Gewurztraminer 2015
Light golden hued with powerfully fragrant rose musk and Turkish delight following through to the strong flavoured zingy spice taste that’s on the sweeter side of off dry with a bit of sweet/sour tension mid palate and a powerful finish. Thai food will make this wine sing.
14% alc. Screwcap. First Glass Price: $19.99.

Lauregan Single Vineyard Pinot Noir 2014 – Central Hawkes Bay
This deep Burgundy-hued wine is in an attractively presented bottle with no indication of origin on the front label, which is good because it’s definitely not your typical kiwi fruit-forward style. The bouquet is smoky, savoury and just a little gamey with wafts of dark cherry and brambles while firm tannins and savoury, earthy, leather, bacon brine, mushroom and gamey notes fill the palate. A sensuous funky Burgundy look-alike with considerable depth.
13.5% alc. Cork. First Glass Price: $19.99.

Guigal Côtes Du Rhône 2012 – Rhone, France
Vibrant dark red with a touch of cerise. The bouquet is quite savoury with hints of red plum, pepper and graphite and it is full-bodied and juicy in the palate with fine tannins, underlying savoury notes, loads of pepper and plum stone. Made from a blend of 50% Syrah, 45% Grenache and 5% Mourvedre, it has more of a winey sweetness than a distinctive fruit sweetness and the lingering finish is velvety and long.
14% alc. Cork. First Glass Price: $21.99.

Quinta Sardonia Sardòn 2014 – Castilla y León, Spain
Vibrant purple red with considerable saturation. Restrained on the nose with hints of rhubarb and berry jam, yet the taste overflows with ripe, fruity, almost raisiny flavours. A big, mouthfilling, instantly gratifying wine with juicy red fruit, hints of paint box, dusty tannins, dark earthy notes and blood warming heat. Made from 93% Tempranillo blended with Garnacha, Cabernet and Malbec.
15% alc. Cork. First Glass Price: $28.99.

Costers Del Priorat Petit Pissades 2015 – Priorat, Spain
A bright, saturated deep ruby hue with a fruity bouquet and a fresh taste with firm yet supple tannins. Smooth flowing across the palate with ripe red cherry / glace cherry fruit, underlying savoury notes that hint of tobacco and cigar box and a long creamy finish with a spicy lift. Made from 60% Garnacha and 40% Sanso (aka Carignan). Nice.
14.5% alc. Cork. First Glass Price: $28.99.

Quarisa Enchanted Tree Shiraz 2014 – South Australia
Concentrated and intense with brightness to the purple red hue it has powerful coconut American oak aromas and considerable structure and well-balanced savouriness in the palate. It tastes full-bodied, plush, lush and beautifully rounded with fine silky tannins, juicy blackberry and cherry fruit, coconut and vanilla oak and spicy accents with hints of pepper. Gold and Trophy NZIWS. Fabulous value.
14.5% alc. Screwcap. First Glass Price: $14.99.

Houghton’s Jack Mann Cabernet Sauvignon 2011 – Frankland River, Western Australia
Inky black red with crimson edges. Initially brooding and earthy on the nose before revealing a concentrated fruit scent with a touch of mint stalk. Bright from the outset in the full-bodied, concentrated, plush-tannined, creamy flowing palate with vanilla, cedar, juicy red and black currant fruit and chocolate raisins. It’s plump and plush with spicy oak and a very subtle suggestion of mint and a deliciously rounded, creamy, long juicy finish. Regarded as one of Australia’s greatest Cabernets, it is a blend of 93% Cab Sav, 3% Malbec and 1% Petit Verdot.
14% alc. Screwcap. First Glass Price: $56.99.

Krohn Quinto de Retiro Novo 2009 – Rio Torto Valley, Portugal
Bright, glossy, impenetrable black red in the glass. The raisiny, port wine scent is aromatically intoxicating and the mouthfeel is enveloping and luxuriously velvety. It tastes spicy, hot, spirituous and heady with succulent jammy red berries together with brandy macerated raisins, hints of liquorice, a touch of cigar box and an almost everlasting finish. Champion Fortified Wine, NZIWS.
20% alc. Cork. First Glass Price: $65.99.

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