Wine Cloudy Bay, Pinot Noir, 2013
Reviews of purchase Cloudy Bay, Pinot Noir, 2013
The wine is a pale straw color.
The wine is light, lively taste, drop hints of lemon and pineapple, turning into notes of green apple, apricot and green tea. Final smooth, juicy, slightly spicy.
The wine has a rich citrus aroma with clear notes of lime.
The wine goes well with fish dishes and seafood, it can be fed to vegetable salads.
Light and lively wine, Cloudy Bay, Sauvignon Blanc made from grapes grown in New Zealand Marlborough wine region. This area is mainly covered by mountain ranges, with the exception of Valley Wairau River. The soils of the region is ideal for growing Sauvignon Blanc. At sunset, the 70-ies of the XX century in Marlborough was made the first wine bottle of Sauvignon Blanc, which initiated the establishment of the modern wine production in New Zealand. Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough considered the best wine in the world in this class, showing a clean smooth taste and refreshing aroma.
Cloudy Bay Winery was founded in 1985, becoming one of the pioneers of winemaking in New Zealand's Marlborough region. Its founder, David Honen was deeply convinced of the enormous potential of the wine-growing area Cloudy Bay. After just 30 years, the products produced here has taken the first position in the wine industry in New Zealand, and Cloudy Bay Vineyards earned a reputation as one of the best in the world.
The winery got its name from the Bay Cloudy Bay, so named by Captain James Cook in 1770. His trip to New Zealand coincided with a period of large-scale floods that washed into the bay from the vicinity of the ground. Looking at the clouds of sediment in the water, Cook christened countryside Cloudy Bay, ie cloud bay.
Cloudy Bay Today the company offers a wide range of wines from the Wairau Valley and South, as well as from the Central Otago region. A special composition of the soil provides the wines Cloudy Bay wide range of aromas and flavors, bringing to them a complex finesse.