From idyllic escapes to a casual wine with dinner, Cloudy Bay has you covered for every occasion, and all with their stylish new packaging.
Visit Cloudy Bay
Surrounded by the breathtaking peaks that feature on its label, Cloudy Bay’s Marlborough home is a must-visit destination. The completely refurbished cellar door now has views into the real working cellar and wine museum. Freshly renovated, Jack’s Raw Bar restaurant opens 7 days starting December 1st 2022.
Visitors to Central Otago will find The Shed cellar door and restaurant just a few minutes from Cromwell. This stunning building is nestled between Cloudy Bay’s Northburn vineyard and Lake Dunstan, and is open Wednesday to Sunday, with stunning views to enjoy outdoors in summer or around a cosy fire in winter.
As with all truly great wines, Cloudy Bay wines welcome food matches. The famous Sauvignon Blanc is a natural match for almost any seafood, and especially tempura oysters, sashimi, and steamed mussels with garlic, citrus and parsley. It’s also famously superb with green, herby summer salads.
And while it is worth enjoying alone as a celebration, Pelorus is perfect as an aperitif served with fresh, simple hors d'oeuvres. Try it with oysters, clams and scallops, raw vegetables and fresh new season asparagus.
A new chapter began with the 2022 vintage of Sauvignon Blanc, which debuted Cloudy Bay’s new packaging. Along with bespoke bottles made largely with recycled glass, the famously minimalist label has been refined, now emblazoned on a canvas-feel paper stock with a die-cut silhouette of the iconic Richmond Ranges (with more embossed in the glass). The cap is also brand new and entirely recyclable.
To explore all Cloudy Bay wines and to learn more about their cellar doors, visit cloudybay.com
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Bring on the Big Reds
Our next dish Tasting Panel will focus on New Zealand Reds . Results to be published in issue 115 of dish, on-sale 13 May 2024. Entries close on Wednesday 20th March. We'd love to see your wines so please enter here!