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Visited on Sunday and made arrangements to go back today and visit with Nick Gill, the winery general manager, for a tour and a chat about wine making. Very informative.
Of course they make very nice whites and Pinots which we stocked up on.
After visiting another winery in the area we were pointed to Muddy Water/ Grey Stone and it turned out to be our favorite winery in the region. Jess took excellent care of us, explaining the wines and the company's history, but also took time to...More
our group of 35 invaded the Greystone/Muddy Waters winery on a wet afternoon and had a very enjoyable experience. they know their wines and gave us just the right amount of information about the wines and the vines. we got to try some very interesting...More
The 3 of us were visiting Greystone/Muddy Water on the 3rd January. The weather was really bad in the morning but by the time we got there it was the picture perfect sunny and warm afternoon you would want for a wine tasting experience. We...More
Muddy Water and Greystone are two separate vineyards and have kept the labels separate. When you go to the tasting room you can compare the two labels which I thought was really good. The wines are good quality and are typically priced for the area....More
Muddy waters was bought over by Greystone and they are keeping the labels separate. Muddy water vines are growing mostly on clay and Greystone's growing on limestones. Both produce good wine. However, the Chardonnay from Muddy water was nicer. The brittle star riesling from Greystone...More
What a lovely place to visit! My partner & I decided to jump of a bike each & do the Waipara wine trail. We went for a tasting at the Greystone vineyard trying both Greystone & muddy water wines. The lady was lovely & very...More