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[Cook sister!] The wines are made in an off-dry style, though, and are never cloying or sweet, but rather fruity with a creamy mouthfeel. In fact, if you are fed up with chardonnays but can't face bone dry and austere whites, this is a very desirable alternative (which is probably one of the reasons for its renewed popularity!!)

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[Cooksister.typepad.com] Cook sister!: The Yalumba website has lots of rather charming historical detail about Samuel as well as successive generations who have farmed the land. Knowing that this was likely to be a big white, I paired it with grilled pork chops with a pesto and pecorino crust, served with brown rice and (very unseasonal, mea culpa, mea culpa!)

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