Kevin Judd first helped to make New Zealand’s iconic Cloudy Bay famous with his great winemaking skills. Eventually he decided to start a venture on his own and Greywacke was born. This is his 92-point Sauvignon. Brilliant lime and mineral fresh.
"Attractive lime-leaf and fresh-herb aromas with passion fruit and a succulent fresh lime finish"
James Suckling For the 2018 vintage
Greywacke was founded in 2009 by Kevin Judd – a pioneer of New Zealand’s wine industry. It's named after the soil of his first vineyard, which was littered with the local greywacke stones. Kevin also works with family growers with old vineyards to obtain the highest quality fruit, then leases a small part of his friends’ Dog Point winery to craft the wines. He majors on Sauvignon and Pinot Noir, as you’d expect of Marlborough, plus a little Chardonnay. For this vibrant white, Kevin used many different parcels of grapes from the Wairau and Awatere Valleys. Vinified separately, all the vats were left to age on their lees, before blending. Peach and passionfruit with lemon zing, this white is ideal with creamy sauced white meat or fish.
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