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Pinot Gris grown in Marlborough, crafted in Auckland.
Coopers Creek sourced their Pinot Gris for the 2017 bottling from a mature block in the Omaka Valley, Marlborough. Grapes were pressed just after they were picked (retaining their freshness and acidity) before the juice was sent to Auckland to be fashioned into the wine in front of you. Its pale gold in the glass, with a mixture of ripe Bosc pears and spice on the nose. A little bit of residual sugar gives it texture and a weighty mouthfeel, making this both a great summer AND wintery white wine. Pair with white meats, seafoods, or a hard-mature cheese. - Wine Central Tasting Panel
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Coopers Creek was founded in 1980 which was a time when the New Zealand wine industry was young and fairly unknown. Kicking it all off was Andrew and Cynthia Hendry who started out purchasing four hectares of land at the Huapai site.
In 1982 the first vintage was produced under the watchful winemaking eye of Randy Weaver. Throughout the 1980's the vineyard continued to grow and unfortunately Randy Weaver left Coopers Creek to return to the USA. However in his place came Kim Crawford. A name synonymous with New Zealand wine.
Overtime Coopers Creek developed relationships with vineyards in principal wine growing regions across New Zealand and the wine portfolio grew accordingly.
"Crafting wines that are attractive, inspiring and stylish is Coopers Creek’s driving force. Pioneering and innovating has been its goal for the last forty years and that’s unlikely to change." - Coopers Creek