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Rob Mitchell

I have to disagree on passionfruit being wrong and herbaceous being right. They are just two ends of the spectrum. For me its all about wine balance. Some sites may produces balanced wines in the passionfruit spectrum that would make an unbalanced wine if harvested for a more herbaceous style. (like yarra valley)
The sweet and sour issue in NZ sav sounds like a classic case of overcropping and young vines.
Cant say I've had one in a long time.

Kim Brebach

Rob, by now you'll know that I'm a man of strong opinions. And I don't hold back. And please disagree with me.

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