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NV Bay of Fires Sparkling Tasmanian Cuvee Brut

6 x 750ml Bottles | RRP: $32.00 | Our Price: $27.99 | Cracka Rating: 4.5/513
Producer: Bay of Fires Winery Type: Sparkling Varietal: Sparkling White Region: Tasmania, TAS
NV Bay of Fires Sparkling Tasmanian Cuvee Brut
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Tyson Stelzer92
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Little story about this wine - I served it at my wedding because it just delivers all you want in great Aussie Sparkling wine without the Champagne price tag. What really stands out is its' Audrey Hepburn elegance and you can't go wrong with that!
Cracka Rating

Crystal clear with a persistent bead. The Bay of Fires Pinot Chardonnay is light straw in colour, with a fresh green gold hue. A very complex wine exhibiting toast, lanolin, sea brine and fresh yoghurt characters on the nose.

The palate is finely structured and yet is long, powerful and complex. Multiple layers of oyster, truffle and cherry brandy build in this intriguing wine. The wine has great depth of character from extended ageing and yet retains a fresh vibrancy of life.

Food - Blue swimmer crab risotto with mascarpone and lemon zest.

Bay of Fires Wine Reviews and Accolades

Gold Medal: 2011 Royal Queensland Wine Show

Ninth Island and Jansz are your vivacious apéritif non vintage go-tos, and Bay of Fires is to be reserved for altogether different purposes. BOF is a full-bodied, rich sparkling of main course proportions. Salmon, roast chicken and turkey, here we come! Three years on lees have nurtured a creamy and soft style, layered with bready, brioche complexity and the buttery, silky texture of malolactic fermentation. It’s a complex and well crafted sparkling that showcases the expertise of Ed Carr, upholding its focus in lemon and red apple fruit definition. Acidity and dosage are well integrated, making it ripe to enjoy right away.
92
Best Drinking:
2013 - 2014
Tyson Stelzer
Bright, pale straw-green; showing little development from its 3 years on lees; the bouquet is complex, with toast/brioche/honey aromas leading into a beautifully balanced palate, with fresh stone fruit to the fore, creamy brioche coming again on the finish.
95
Best Drinking:
To 2014
Australian Wine Companion 2014 Edition
93
Best Drinking:
To Now
Australian Wine Companion 2013
WINESTATE says:
Youthful lime/citrus wine with nice rich flavour development. _Perhaps a touch sweet,î said one judge.
Rating:
Winestate
Brilliant yellow-gold; a blend of pinot noir and chardonnay matured on yeast lees for an average of three years, yet seemingly not bottle-fermented. It is vibrant and very tangy/zesty, with pith and cherry stone characters, and a dry finish.
93
Best Drinking:
2012
Plenty of forthright red-fruit character here, bright floral lift, gentle fresh yeasty complexity and citrus fruits lurking below. On the palate, it has the same confident, concentrated appeal, with crunchy acid bite and decent fruit flesh nicely contained, building through to a smooth, drying finish.
The Good Wine Guide
93
Best Drinking:
2011
Australian Wine Companion 2012
Pale and bright; fine citrus fruit, and a touch brioche on the bouquet; fine bead, with a delicate mousse, chalky acidity and a focused finish.
92
Best Drinking:
2014
Australian Wine Companion 2010
Pale straw-green, good mousse; extremely fine, delicate strawberry notes ex the pinot noir come through quite strongly; good length and balance.
91
Best Drinking:
NOW
Australian Wine Companion 2007
93
Best Drinking:
To 2012
Australian Wine Companion 2011
Highly aromatic, with strong stone fruit and mandarin, and abundant overall flavour; perhaps a little short on finesse.
91
Best Drinking:
To 2010
Australian Wine Companion 2009
This has some assertive red fruits and really perfumed red florals, a very pretty wine to smell and a citrusy undercurrent running through here too. Terrific acidity and crunchy balance; there's impressive concentration and length, coupled with gentle complexity, smooth texture and innate balance.
92
Best Drinking:
Now
RRP Value:
The Penguin Good Australian Wine Guide 2010

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