Nouvelle-Zélande - Marlborough

Domaine Greywacke 2018

Take a trip to the vineyards of New Zealand with this Sauvignon Blanc, which is up there with the finest Sancerre and white Bordeaux. The nose has the classic Sauvignon notes of grapefruit, daphne bush and gooseberry. On the palate, you’ll enjoy a mouth-filling and opulent white wine which is still lively and fresh at the same time. All of this makes it a lovely wine for before meals. When the former winemaker of Cloudy Bay founds his own label, the result is dazzling. 


Vineyard name Domaine Greywacke
Label of origin Nouvelle-Zélande - Marlborough
Vintage 2018
Grape varieties Sauvignon Blanc (100%)
Tasting conditions 12 °C
Location Malborough
Alcohol level 13.0%


Kevin Judd

Thanks to the dynamic adopted throughout the country, New Zealand has succeeded in turning its challenging climate into an advantage and today produces wines with freshness and aromatic intensity. Marlborough is the country’s leading wine region, both in terms of volume and reputation. This reputation is largely due to Kevin Judd, who was the founding winemaker at Cloudy Bay and pioneered the style of wine with which Marlborough has become synonymous – wines with zippy minerality, great acidity and beautiful aromatic profiles.

Food and wine pairings

  • Grilled mackerel, 
  • Salmon cooked on one side
  • Cured ham and melon