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Mount Pleasant 1946 Vines Lovedale Semillon 2014

From what Jim Chatto calls a “purple patch in the vineyard”. He took me out to show me the little section. Already knows that vineyard pretty well, with a little help from his friends. He’s into bottling separate parts of his vineyards. I’m into it too, fair to say.

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Tasted : Jun14
Alcohol : 11.5%
Price : $75
Closure : Screwcap
Drink : 2024 - 2040+
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