Wine Saint Clair, Marlborough Premium Pinot Gris
Wine a pale straw color.
The taste of wine is light, fresh with hints of pear and quince and nuances of shortbread. The finish is long and harmonious.
Bunch wine gentle, slightly spicy with notes of fresh pear and quince and spice nuances.
The wine can be called universal. It can be served to the liver salmon, smoked chicken and Asian dishes.
For wine harvest is collected and pressed, and the resulting juice was fermented in stainless steel tanks, thus preserving the flavor. Part of the wine is fermented in old oak and malolactic fermentation subjected, to give the wine more complexity and structure. Thereafter, it stabilizes and butyliruyut.
Company Saint Clair Family Estate was founded in 1978 by spouses Neal and Judy Ibbotson. At first, the couple sold the grapes to local wine company, and in 1994 started producing its own wine. The debut was highly successful - their wines have won numerous awards, among them the gold medal. Since then, the name of St. Clair represents excellent quality, and production has consistently win top awards at the most international competitions, including the prestigious «Air New Zealand Wine Awards».
A huge role in the success of the excellent reputation of the company and the game works here professionals. This is definitely a family Ibbotson, who are engaged in the design, promotion and marketing of wines Saint Clair. And the chief winemaker - Matt Thomson, who joined the firm in 1994 and has experience in the creation of Italian and French wines.
In 2008 in London, Matt Thompson was named "Winemaker of the Year" at the London International Wine Challenge. In 2005 the winery Saint Clair in the International Wine and Spirit Competition was awarded the title of "New Zealand Winery of the Year". Products Saint Clair Family Estate is sold in 35 countries.
St. Clair Family Estate was founded in 1978 by spouses Neil and Judy Ibbotson. At first, the couple sold grapes to local wine companies, and in 1994 they launched the production of their own wine. The debut was extremely successful - their wines have won many awards, among which were Gold medals. Since then, the name Saint Clair has stood for excellent quality, and the products have consistently won the highest awards at international competitions, including the prestigious Air New Zealand Wine Awards.
The professionals who work here play a huge role in the company's success and excellent reputation. These are, of course, members of the Ibbotson family, who design, promote and market Saint Clair wines. And the chief winemaker is Matt Thomson, who has been with the company since 1994 and has experience in creating Italian and French wines.
In 2008 in London, Matt Thomson was named "Winemaker of the Year" at the London International Wine Challenge. In 2005, St. Clair winery was named New Zealand Winery of the Year at the International Wine and Spirit Competition. St. Clair Family Estate products are sold in 35 countries around the world.