Cloudy Bay - Pelorus Vintage 2009 - Sparkling Wine 75cl Bottle

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Cloudy Bay - Pelorus Vintage 2009
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75cl Bottle
£20.71
Available 16th Jan 2015
 

Description:
The Pelorus Vintage exhibits rich and complex aromas of brioche, nougat and almond biscotti, overlying subtle red apple and citrus fruit.

The wine has a deliciously creamy palate structure that is balanced and focussed by a fine acid backbone.

Fruit was harvested from predominantly 4 cane vines from the Rapaura and Fairhall regions.

A lighter than average yield of about 9T/ha allowed for early development of flavours and an early harvest.



Category(s):     Sparkling Wine ,   Wine & Champagne Gifts
Group(s):     For Her ,   Sparkling Wine
Producer: Cloudy Bay   -   www.cloudybay.co.nz
ABV:   13%
Brand:   Cloudy Bay
Country of Origin:   New Zealand
Region:   Marlborough
Vintage:   2009

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Producer Information

Cloudy Bay Vineyards was established in 1985 by Cape Mentelle, the Western Australian winery, which today is a part of the Moet Hennessy Wine Estates.
The company farms 140 hectares of vines at three carefully selected sites. Vineyards planted in 1986 surround the winery in the Wairau Valley at Rapaura, with additional plantings at nearby Renwick and in the Brancott Valley, in the southern foothills. Five long term contract growers also work closely with Cloudy Bay.
The main varieties grown are sauvignon blanc, chardonnay and pinot noir with lesser quantities of riesling and gewurztraminer. The average annual crush is 1200 tonnes.
The winery takes its name from the bay at the eastern extremity of the Wairau Valley. It was named Cloudy Bay by Captain Cook on his voyage to New Zealand in 1770.
The wines of Cloudy Bay are exported to 20 countries worldwide, the principal markets being Australia, United Kingdom, USA, Europe and Japan. Cloudy Bay will continue to expand its operations and the company believes that the continued success of Marlborough lies in the production of premium wines from varieties best suited to the region.

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