Greyrock Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 75cl
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Greyrock wines are made from grapes grown in the sunniest grape-growing regions of New Zealand. Most of the vineyards are planted on old alluvial gravels, hence the name Greyrock and the handcarved greywacke stone* that features on our label.
*Carved onewa (greywacke) stone by Hawke's Bay sculptor Ema Scott
Taste: The Greyrock Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc has fresh, juicy grapefruit and gooseberry flavours with a rich, lingering finish.
Cellaring: It will cellar comfortably for 2-3 years.
Wine of Marlborough, New Zealand
Preparation and Usage
Food Match: Great as an aperitif, or try it with seafood and salads.
Best served lightly chilled.
Perfumed with nettle & ripe tropical fruits which are evident on the palate too along with limey flavours and a rich minerality - classic Marlborough Sauvignon. The wine is sappy fresh, clean and delicious.
Great as an aperitif, or try it with seafood and salads. Best served lightly chilled
The vineyards and winery are based near Hastings, Hawke's Bay - the oldest wine region in New Zealand - on the east coast of the North Island of New Zealand and source grapes from the well known wine producing area of Marlborough
Regional Vineyard Manager Ritchie Garnham oversees the management of 106 hectares of Estate vineyards, as well as 50ha of managed fruit supply.
Grapes are picked and immediately pressed to tanks for clarification. Juice is transferred to tank for a long and cool fermentation to ensure maximum varietal extraction. The finished wine is then bottled as soon as possible to retain aromatics and fresh characters.
Country of Origin
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Full Product Name:
Sauvignon Blanc - White New Zealand Wine
Wine of New Zealand
Contains Sulphur Dioxide/Sulphites