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  • Grey Sands Malbec bottle
    Deep red in colour, this wine has rich aromas of ripe mulberries, plum tart and fine oak.                                                                                                                               The palate has layers of dark fruit, cocoa and spicy oak, finishing with mouth-coating tannins adding to the persistence of this powerful wine. A great wine to pair with the richest of red meat dishes now, with a long cellaring life ahead.
  • Grey Sands 2009 Merlot bottle
    Deep red in colour, this wine has rich aromas of ripe mulberries, plum tart and fine oak.                                                                                                                               The palate has layers of dark fruit, cocoa and spicy oak, finishing with mouth-coating tannins adding to the persistence of this powerful wine. A great wine to pair with the richest of red meat dishes now, with a long cellaring life ahead.
  • Grey Sands pinot-noir-10-label Grey Sands pinot-noir-10 bottle
    Mid red with garnet hue. The nose shows delicate red fruit aromas, dusty oak and the ethereal pinot perfume. The palate has sweet upfront fruit but finishes dry and savoury showing its tight structure. An understated wine that has all the hallmarks of a good food wine. NB: This wine has developed a harmless deposit of tartrate crystals. In some instances these have aggregated and formed floccules. These will quickly settle to the bottom of the bottle....just pour the last glass carefully!
  • Grey Sands 2013 Pinot Noir bottle
    Mid red with garnet hue. The nose shows delicate red fruit aromas, dusty oak and the ethereal pinot perfume. The palate has sweet upfront fruit but finishes dry and savoury showing its tight structure. An understated wine that has all the hallmarks of a good food wine. NB: This wine has developed a harmless deposit of tartrate crystals. In some instances these have aggregated and formed floccules. These will quickly settle to the bottom of the bottle....just pour the last glass carefully!
  • Grey Sands pinot-gris-13-label Grey Sands pinot-gris-2013 bottle
    Mid straw in colour, the nose has an exotic mix of peach, papaya and tropical florals. The palate is expansive and full bodied with lush fruit and spicy aromatics providing a very long finish. A full-bodied, 'Alsatian style' Pinot Gris.
  • Grey Sands Blanc de Noir label Grey Sands Blanc de Noir
    A white wine made from Pinot Noir grapes. Deep straw with glowing apricot hue, the nose has a gentle wild rose and cherry blossom scent. In contrast, the palate has a sweet fruit core, mouth-filling, textural and harmonious, leading to a long dry finish. Made in the same way as all our white wine; whole bunch pressed to old French oak barrels, indigenous yeast ferment then nine months lees contact before bottling. Pretty simple really! This wine may form a natural deposit so stand upright for approx 30 mins before pouring & pour the last glass carefully.
  • Grey Sands Pinot Blanc 2017 Grey Sands Pinot Blanc
    Mid straw with green highlights, the nose shows lifted lime blossom and honeydew aromas. The palate has dense fruit, hinting at spicy apple pie and greengage plum which leaves along aromatic finish. This wine may have a harmless crystal deposit..stand upright for approx half an hour before pouring & pour the last glass with care.
  • Grey Sands 2015 Pinot Gris label Grey Sands 2015 Pinot Gris bottle
    Mid straw in colour, the nose is met by rich aromas of crystallized pineapple, custard apple and a lily of valley floral lift. The palate is full bodied with deep ripe fruit, dense texture and some ginger and quince astringency to balance on a very long finish.
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