Wine "Spy Valley" Pinot Noir Rose
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Reviews of purchase "Spy Valley" Pinot Noir Rose
Wine has a light strawberry color.
The taste of wine is dry, with bright acidity, well-structured, strawberries and rose tones, nuances of oak, soft texture. At the finish appear abundant floral shades
The aroma of wine there are tones of ripe cherries, plums, as well as light nuances of juicy peach.
Experts recommend drink wine paired with dishes of red fish, a variety of salads, appetizers, with Asian dishes or as an aperitif.
The range of wines "Spy Valley" regularly provides the most demanding customers worldwide with high-quality wines. The grapes for the wine create "Spy Valley" is grown on the lower portions of Waihopai Valley, as well as in selected areas and Wairau Southern Valley region of Marlborough.
Pink dry wine "Spy Valley" Pinot Noir Rose is made from grapes grown in the South Valley on dry soils with low content of silt and clay. Manual harvesting. Grapes are carefully sorted. One part was pressed, the juice immediately separated from the skins, which further ensured the blame fruit freshness. Fermentation of wort was held in oak barrels and steel tanks, after which the wine was blended and bottled.
"Spy Valley" Pinot Noir Rose won the bronze medal at the "IWSC, 2013"; silver medal at the "The Sommelier Wine Awards UK" and the status of "Commended" at the "Decanter World Wine Awards, 2014".
Company Spy Valley - pretty young, it was founded in 1993. Land on which the Spy Valley, was considered to be dry and barren, too unsuitable for cultivation. But when the Spy Valley took over the place, then turned them into the most beautiful and cool the vineyards of Marlborough.
In 1993, Brian and Ian Johnson pitched his first vineyard area of 380 acres. Harvested grapes are sold to other wine companies. Since 2000, Johnson began producing wines under the label "Spy Valley" ("Valley of Spies"), as their winery is located near the satellite communication station, next to the Echelon Global Network. Plant and Cellars Company equipped with the latest technology.
In 2006 Spy Valley won the New Zealand Institute of Architects for the best type of commercial buildings. In 2007, ownership of the company replenished vineyard "Outpost" in Omak Valley, where grapes are grown 4. In 2008, the company was named "Producer of the Year New Zealand" on UK International Wine & Spirits Competition (IWSC). In 2010 Spy Valley received worldwide recognition by winning on the IWSC for the second time. In 2012, in the lower valley Vairano, the company has another vineyard, 57 acres of which grows Sauvignon Blanc, and there is a reserve.