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Cloudy Bay Te Koko 2015 75cL

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Cloudy Bay Te Koko 2015

Bottle - 75 cL

Cloudy Bay Te Koko 2015

Bottle - 75 cL
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Complimentary personalisation until May 28th
 
  • Product Details

    Beautifully concentrated, Te Koko 2015 is a Marlborough sauvignon blanc crafted from grapes known for their superb aromatic intensity, and oaked to add an extra layer of complexity.

    Fermentation with wild yeasts and ageing in French oak – carefully monitored by Cloudy Bay’s expert winemakers – has imparted a unique texture and vibrancy to this vintage.
  • How to enjoy

    • Service temperature - 10-12°C
    • When to drink - From now to 2025
    • Storage advice - Store horizontally in a cool (10-15°C), dark place, and away from vibrations
    • Health warning - Contains sulphites
    • Alcohol by volume - 13.90%
  • Blend and Origin

    Cloudy Bay Te Koko 2015

    Sourced from Cloudy Bay’s older vines in Rapaura and Renwick, the sauvignon blanc (100%) grapes in the 2015 vintage were concentrated and aromatic – a result of the driest growing season on record in Marlborough. Fermented with indigenous yeast in French oak (8% new) and matured on lees, the wine developed a complex, unique character.


Food pairing:
A balancing act

Starter

Grilled asparagus brushed with hazelnut oil will complement the wine’s vibrancy.

Main

Delicate salmon with a horseradish cream will benefit from the structure and complexity of Te Koko. Or emphasise its savoury character with cold soba noodles, served with bonito flakes and a tamari dressing.

Food pairing:
A balancing act

Starter

Grilled asparagus brushed with hazelnut oil will complement the wine’s vibrancy.

Main

Delicate salmon with a horseradish cream will benefit from the structure and complexity of Te Koko. Or emphasise its savoury character with cold soba noodles, served with bonito flakes and a tamari dressing.