The 10 Best Wineries in New Zealand
April 22, 2015
by Chris Wright
In this month’s New Zealand edition the buying guide delves into all things NZ from hand-crafted furniture to rugby shirts. Check out the full list on the link below and read what they have to say about Kevin Judd’s Greywacke wines:
Greywacke: Its name comes from New Zealand’s most common sandstone, found aplenty by owners Kevin and Kimberly Judd in the soil of the vineyards where they source their grapes in Marlborough, where 73 percent of the country’s wine is produced. But the stony soil has borne great fruit, in particular the Sauvignon Blanc that was for so long synonymous with New Zealand wine; they also make a “Wild Sauvignon” using wild yeast that tastes of “thyme and toasted sesame”.