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Cloudy Bay introduces new Pinot Noir to the UK

Published:  29 May, 2013

Cloudy Bay, the iconic New Zealand producer, has launched a new Pinot Noir onto the UK market.

Te Wahi 2010, which means "the place" in Maori, is made from grapes sourced from selected vineyards in Central Otago, from the Bannockburn, Bendigo and Lowburn sub-regions.

The launch is part of Cloudy Bay's on-going programme looking at the potential of different areas of New Zealand for producing Pinot Noir.

Only 50 cases of Te Wahi are available for the UK market, and it is to be sold exclusively in Jeroboams with an RRSP of £50 per bottle.