Giles Anderson from Liberty wines who represents Greywacke in the UK will be hosting a tasting at the shop 31 St Leonard Rd, Windsor on Saturday 24th November from 2-5pm. Giles will be showing the whole range from Greywacke and will give a talk on their practices and philosophy of winemaking.
Kevin Judd, the owner of Greywacke was one of the founders of Cloudy Bay until it was bought by Bernard Arnault From Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton. Kevin’s fulfilment of a long held dream he purchased his first vineyard in Rapaura, Marlborough in 1993. He named it Greywacke after the round stones that lay by the vineyard in the river bed. Now he has extensive vineyards in most areas of Marlborough also buying grapes from specialist grape growers and all his wine is made at Dog Point Winery. Greywacke Sauvignons are now the most prized in New Zealand and have attained many medals over the past few years.