10 May 2010Young Winery has Success in Liquorland Wine Show

36 bottles’ 2009 Pinot Gris was awarded a Silver medal in the recent Liquorland 2010 Top 100 International Wine Competition.

The same wine had also received a 4 star, Highly Recommended, rating in the WineState April 2010 issue.

The 36 bottles Pinot Noir 2008 was awarded a Bronze medal, making it ‘two from two entries’ for the artisan winesmiths at Mt Aspiring Wines Limited, who produce the 36 bottles brand.

“36 bottles is only just started its third vintage and now has two award-winning wines from its first three wines,” says Mt Aspiring Wines founder and 36 bottles brand champion, Douglas Brett.

The focus for the company is the creation of hand made small volume wines.  “Our Pinot Gris 2009 is confirmation that we have got the basics right and are already well on the way to creating high quality artisan small batch wines that are classically Central Otago, with a strong emphasis on being food friendly.”  

Douglas adds; “Our wines are designed to fit into any dining experience with your friends; to complement food, but not to overpower it – subtle and refined.  We are placing great store on developing a reputation for consistently producing great quality Central Otago wines, that reflect the intensity of the environment; and the vintage,”

Trade enquiries for 36 bottles Pinot Gris 2009 and Pinot Noir 2008 - contact Jane Young, 027 238 8211 or
jane@36bottles.co.nz; or Patrick Caudle at patrick@36bottles.co.nz.

written by Douglas Brett
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