Cloudy Bay was one of the first five wineries to venture into Marlborough. In the mid 1980s, the Marlborough we know and love was considered a risky place to try and make wine. Lucky for us that the founders were convinced of the region's potential, investing in some of the very best terroir for what would become the region's flagship grape - Sauvignon Blanc. Their vines stretch down the edge of the bay which gave the winery its name. It's this wine's thirty-sixth vintage - and luckily, it was a corker. The conditions were absolutely perfect to make the sort of wine Cloudy Bay's famous for. Bright. Vibrant. Zesty. It's full of the lively citrus and tropical fruit notes we expect from the world's most recognisable Marlborough Sauvignon. Wonderfully crisp, it's ideal with fresh langoustines.