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Cloudy Bay 2012
Marlborough Region
Nowa Zelandia
Sauvignon Blanc
Cena: 100
Alk: %
Kolor: b
Nr 14538
Legenda (ocena):
8 - wybitnie, prawdziwe arcydzieło
7 - bardzo dobre, wino z dużą klasą
6 - dobre, interesujące
5 - całkiem niezłe, przyzwoite
4 - słabe
Brak gwiazdki
3 - omijać z daleka, wino z wyraźnymi wadami

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mieszek (2013-05-16) Ocena: 8
Wiesz co a wez z taka http://www.sstarwines.pl/wino2638 ocena. pije 2012 i jest super. "typowe kocie siki na krzaku agrestu" gdzie ty to dostrzegles he?

star (2013-05-16)
Notka z cytowanego komentarza, a fotka od importera (pralinka)

Grapes were sourced from estate and grower vineyards located in the Rapaura, Fairhall, Renwick and Brancott sub-regions of the Wairau Valley. Free draining, stony soils typify the Rapaura and Renwick areas whilst Fairhall and Brancott are predominantly aged alluvial loams containing some clay. The majority of fruit was grown on a vertical shoot positioned (VSP) trellis with three canes laid down. In 2012, average sauvignon blanc yields were 7 tonnes/hectare.

Winemakerem jest Tim Heath (pralinka) o którym piszą tak.

After struggling to decide between a career in a chemistry lab or kitchen, a rush of blood to the head saw Tim move into the wine industry...”because it looked like too much fun to be considered a ‘real’ job”.

Joining Cloudy Bay in 2005, Tim brought drive and diverse experience to the winery, having spent several years winemaking in South Australia’s Clare and Barossa Valleys as well as the Northern Rhône in France. As Senior Winemaker, Tim leads a dynamic team responsible for cultivating and refining the estate style.

When not exploring fly-fishing haunts in New Zealand’s South Island, Tim enjoys hanging out in the sand pit with his identical twin boys Tom and Ben, poking around the veggie patch, eating and brewing fine ale in his shed.