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Cloudy Bay Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough New Zealand 2019
A classic New Zealand icon, this is one of the best Sauvignon Blancs in the world. Intense gooseberry fruit and crisp but with balanced acidity.

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Cloudy Bay to most wine aficionados and they will most likely think of Sauvignon Blanc, the benchmark wine for which this New Zealand producer is famous.

Grape varieties

Sauvignon Blanc


Marlborough is located on the northeastern edge of the top of New Zealand’s South Island. Marlbourgh started making wine in 1875, however, the modern story really starts in 1973 when Montana planted Sauvignon Blanc and took the wine by storm. In addition to its variety defining Sauvignon Blanc it producers excellent Rieslings and Pinot Noirs.


Zingy, fresh, fruity Sauvignon Blanc style wines. High on acidity, big on flavour.
Can be either full of gooseberries, green apples, grassy aromas or more subtle, tropical passion fruit flavours.
The New Zealand style tends to be more intense than the mineral, stony style you’ll find in Sancerre & Pouilly Fume – the home of the Sauvignon Blanc grape in Loire, France. Look out for Chilean Sav Blancs for good value for money.

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Interviews and News from Cloudy Bay


UK Wine Show 54 Tony Jordon CEO of Green Point

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UK Wine Show 58 Sioban Harnett Viticulturist at Cloudy Bay Part 1

Sioban Harnett is the viticulturist at Cloudy Bay, New Zealand's iconic winery. We talk about the different jobs of a viticulturist throughout the growing season.


UK Wine Show 60 Sioban Harnett Viticulturist at Cloudy Bay Part 2

Sioban Harnett is viticulturist at Cloudy Bay, the iconic New Zealand winery. We find out how the vines are trained and managed to suit the growing conditions of the Marlborough region.


UK Wine Show 204 Tim Heath and Siobhan Harnett of Cloudy Bay

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Interviews and News from Marlborough


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UK Wine Show 26 Simon Waghorn, Astrolabe and Whitehaven winemaker

Simon Waghorn has 20 years experience as a winemaker. In 1995 he began making wine for Whitehaven in Marlborough and now has his own label, Astrolabe. We discover the differences in style between the two brands and the winemakers influence.


UK Wine Show 99 Dr John Forrest of Forrest Estate on Riesling

Dr John Forrest is winemaker and owner of Forrest Estate in New Zealand and a big fan of Riesling. We find out why the versatile Riesling grape holds so much appeal.


UK Wine Show 140 Neil Philips of Montana Wines

Neil Philips of Pernod Ricard is a brand ambassador for Montana Wines. We ask him about the Montana Terroir Series and how the different sub-regions of Marlborough produce different styles of Sauvignon Blanc.


UK Wine Show 218 Stu Powell Frost in the vineyard

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UK Wine Show 219 Stu Powell Frost Protection strategies

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UK Wine Show 222 Yealands Estate with Peter Yealands

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Montana brand replaced by Brancott Estate

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Marlborough starts latest and possibly last wave of vine planting

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