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Cloudy Bay Wine Te Koko 2013 Bottle 75cL

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Cloudy Bay Te Koko 2013

Bottle - 75 cL

Cloudy Bay Te Koko 2013

Bottle - 75 cL
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    Bold, layered and finessed, Te Koko 2013 captures the essence of Marlborough’s terroir. Wild fermentation and oak ageing creates a splendid Old World interpretation of New Zealand sauvignon blanc.

    The grapes for Te Koko are sourced from some of the estate’s oldest vines – this is a sauvignon blanc with fresh fruit flavours, bright acidity, creaminess and intriguing minerality.
  • How to enjoy

    • The perfect serve - Refrigerate up to three hours before serving
    • Service temperature - 10-12°C
    • When to drink - Drink now through 2023
    • Storage advice - Store horizontally in a cool (10-15°C), dark place, and away from vibrations
    • Closure - Screw Cap
    • Health warning - Contains sulphites
    • Alcohol by volume - 13.5%
  • Blend and Origin

    Cloudy Bay Te Koko 2013

    The grapes used to create Te Koko 2013 were harvested from some of the oldest vines on the Cloudy Bay estate – in Rapaura, Brancott and Renwick. The fruit was picked during the night to preserve its fresh flavours. Fermentation in French oak barrels (8% new), partial malolactic fermentation and 18-month barrel maturation on lees adds complexity and texture.

Food pairing:
Asian spices and seafood complement this wine’s vibrancy


The fresh fruitiness and bright acidity of Te Koko 2013 make it a perfect pairing for seafood. Try pan-seared scallops, salmon tartare or sesame-crusted tuna with a ginger-miso dressing.


Crab with a hint of ginger will pair excellently, as will Thai green curry, with Te Koko softening the spiciness of these dishes.