A serious Sauvignon: Greywacke, from Marlborough, New Zealand

This is good. It’s a serious Sauvignon Blanc from Greywacke (pronounced ‘grey-wacky’), which is the label of Kevin Judd, ex-Cloudy Bay.

Greywacke Sauvignon Blanc 2010 Marlborough, New Zealand
13.5% alcohol. From the Wairau and Southern Valleys, this has a lively mineral and grapefruit nose. It’s quite exotic, with freshness and a bit of fruit sweetness. The palate is zippy and bright with grapefruit and citrus notes. Very pure, fine and sophisticated with just a hint of green. 91/100

UK agent: Liberty Wines

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