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Capture the essence of New Zealand at the Cloudy Bay haven in Selfridges
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Capture the essence of New Zealand at the Cloudy Bay haven in Selfridges

The haven offers shoppers a transportive bay side experience in the centre of the city. It may be getting colder outside, but at the haven the summer continues. Enter through the white tented curtains and you arrive at the beach club inspired bar area. There is plenty of seating at the elegant wooden bar, or in the charming cabana, complete with storm lanterns, a beechwood table and cosy banquette seating. Perfect for post-shopping relaxation with friends.

Once you have settled in, you can choose from the extensive wine list, which includes the Iconic Cloudy Bay Sauvignon Blanc (2020) a  sophisticated style of New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc made through wild fermentation and ageing in old French oak. As well as their rich 2019 Pinot Noir and aromatic 2016 Chardonnay.

For those who enjoy wines with sparkle, the Pelorus Rose NV is delightfully crisp and refreshing, or for something different try one of their specialty Cloudy Bay Flights, a unique wine pairing, along with some bar snacks. Also on offer is a range of prestigious champagnes such as Veuve Clicquot and Dom Perignon, as well as classic cocktails and soft drinks.

Written by Claire Bloom

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