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MICHAEL COOPER RECENT RELEASES

Think Central Otago, think pinot noir. So it’s no surprise that the quality of the region’s white wines is still widely underrated. This tasting uncovered impressive rieslings, a chardonnay, even a sauvignon blanc, from the deep south – plus a rosé. If you are looking for organically certified wines, check out the delightful riesling and rosé from Terrace Edge, in North Canterbury.

Prices shown are approximate New Zealand retail. Wines available in export markets are shown as (A) Australia, (UK) and (US).

Maude Mt Maude Vineyard East Block Wanaka Riesling 2018 ★★★★★

From vines planted in 1994 on a steep, north-facing slope at Wanaka, in Central Otago, this is a Mosellike wine, light and lively. Showing lovely vibrancy and depth, it is vivacious, with intense peach, lemon and apple flavours, gentle sweetness, appetising acidity, and great drinkability. Best 2021+. $32

Maude Mt Maude Vineyard Wanaka Dry Riesling 2018 ★★★★★

Hand-picked from vines planted in Central Otago in 1994, this is a great candidate for cellaring. Fresh, tight, intense and

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