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Grown primarily in the Brancott Valley, this is a rich, textural wine with exotic, ripe fruit aromatics. An opulent, concentrated style with aromas reminiscent of poached pears, quinces and baking spices layered with smoky, savoury complexity. The luscious palate is jam-packed full of ripe stone fruit and citrusy mineral undertones – a generous wine that is long and multi-layered, finishing with a faint touch of sweetness.

Greywacke Pinot Gris 2019

Region: Marlborough

Country: New Zealand

ABV: 14.5%


  1. 93

    Grassy lemon zest aromas. Crisp, fresh and dry. Bright acidity, very squeaky clean.

  2. 93

    Pithy lemon aromas with a touch of honeysuckle. The palate is laden with sweet, ripe nectarine flavours. Sweet and unctuous.

  3. 95

    Off dry style with Lime lemon glacé, herb aromas and flavours, slinky textures, slippery palate and underlying mineral acidity. Aniseed notes at the finish.

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