Wine Misty Cove, "Paddle Creek" Sauvignon Blanc, 2019
Reviews of purchase Misty Cove, "Paddle Creek" Sauvignon Blanc, 2019
Wine shiny, bright ruby-red color.
The taste of wine is fresh, fruity, soft and harmonious tannins, hints of ripe red berries, nuances of vanilla, spice and smoke, long finish.
The aroma of wine red fruit and berries (cherries, plums, ripe strawberries, raspberries, cherries) well balanced with hints of toast and vanilla.
Wine matches perfectly with dishes from game birds and red meat, pasta, stews, risotto and soft cheeses.
To create a wine "Castillo de Molina" Pinot Noir Reserva was selected Pinot Noir, grown on steep slopes in the valley of Curico. Rather mild climate of the area allows the grapes to ripen slowly and show intense color and a good balance of acidity and alcohol. The grapes are harvested in early March and runs cold maceration for 5 days. Alcoholic fermentation is carried out with selected yeasts under controlled temperature of 25 to 27ºC. 3 times per day cap wort immersed down manually. After 15 days of maceration, the wine is aged in French oak barrels (30% are new, 30% - 30% and annual - biennial) for 10 months. The wine can be drunk already, or stored for 4 years.
Chilean wine producer is a winery in San Pedro - one of the most famous in the country. The founders of the company are considered brothers Correa, in 1865, bought the land that once belonged to their ancestors. Gradually wines San Pedro steel demand, since 1940 the company began to export wines far beyond Chile and currently ranks second in the country for exports of Chilean wines. Winery owned by large areas of vineyards in the valleys such as the Maipo, Curico, Rapel and Maule.
Andrew Bally, an eccentric and unpredictable resident of New Zealand, decided to found his winery. The Marlborough region is known for its Foggy Coves, so Andrew knew the name of the future winery from the very beginning. Misty Cove (in translation - "Misty Bay") is a relatively young winery, which has vineyards with unique soils and microclimate. One of them is a vineyard located in the most remote part of Marlborough, in the Waitaria Bay. It can be reached only by boat.
Each stage of production, from harvesting to bottling, is strictly controlled personally by Andrew Bally. To date, Misty Cove's products are gaining new horizons, capturing the characteristics of many consumers.