The Wellington/Wairarapa wine-growing region is one of New Zealand's smallest, with several sub-regions, which include Gladstone, Martinborough, Masterton and Opaki. Martinborough was the original area planted on the basis of careful scientific study in the 1970s which identified its soils and climate as perfectly suited to the cultivation of Pinot Noir.
Martinborough is a small wine village located at the foot of New Zealand's North Island, in the South Wairarapa near Wellington, the capital city. The combination of topography, geology, climate and human effort has led to the region becoming one of New Zealand's premier wine regions in spite of its small size.
Greystone Sauvignon Blanc is from an award winning producer, full of freshness with hints of melon and guava. This wine is entirely Estate grown and produced.
Greystone Sauvignon Blanc
Style: Fruity and complex white Area: New Zealand, Wairarapa Year: 2015 Grape: Sauvignon Blanc Alcohol: 12.5 % Pricing: £14.99 (bottle) / £89.94 (case of 6)