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Greywacke Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough 2010

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Greywacke is the exciting new solo venture of Kevin Judd, who was chief winemaker at Cloudy Bay for 25 vintages and instrumental in the international recognition which New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc enjoys today. The debut wine under the Greywacke label is the 2009 Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc. The wine displays the hallmarks of Kevin’s famed style: ripe fruit, fine balance, great concentration and superb varietal intensity. The grapes are primarily sourced from prime, low yielding vineyard sites in and around Marlborough’s Southern (Brancott and Ben Morven) Valleys, and vinified using ‘non-interventionist’ techniques. The ‘Greywacke’ name derives from the greywacke rock which is prevalent in New Zealand and consists of layers of hard grey sandstone alternating with thinner layers of darker mudstone.

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Color: White
Variety: Sauvignon Blanc
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External Reviews for Greywacke Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough

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Source: JJ Buckley Fine Wines
01/18/2012

Classy wine showing intense ripe passion fruit, stone fruit and lemon grass flavours with a seasoning of savory yeast character. Linear and long with a great texture. Very impressive Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc. Bob Campbell, MW. A Sauvignon Blanc wine from Marlborough in New Zealand. 2010 Greywacke Sauvignon Blanc 750ml



Greywacke is the exciting new solo venture of Kevin Judd, who was chief winemaker at Cloudy Bay for 25 vintages and instrumental in the international recognition which New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc enjoys today. The debut wine under the Greywacke label is the 2009 Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc. The wine displays the hallmarks of Kevin’s famed style: ripe fruit, fine balance, great concentration and superb varietal intensity. The grapes are primarily sourced from prime, low yielding vineyard sites in and around Marlborough’s Southern (Brancott and Ben Morven) Valleys, and vinified using ‘non-interventionist’ techniques. The ‘Greywacke’ name derives from the greywacke rock which is prevalent in New Zealand and consists of layers of hard grey sandstone alternating with thinner layers of darker mudstone.

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