Greywacke Wild Sauvignon is made by Kevin Judd, one of Marlborough’s pioneer winemakers whose career linked with the global profile of New Zealand, as a result of 25 years of making infamous Claudy Bay.
Fermented in old oak barrels using wild yeast, hence the name, this is an alternative, intricate style Sauvignon.
Complexity, depth and opulence. Rich and creamy. Pear, peach and melon flavours, freshness of ginger and nectarine blended with oak, vanilla and buttery flavours, more Chardonnay like style than herbal and 'cat pee' dominated Sauvignon. Full body, long finish.
Drink now - 2020