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Cray Point by Ant Moore is vegan-friendly, and certified as sustainably grown, under Sustainable Wine NZ.
Unlike some “commercial” Sauvignon Blancs, Cray Point has no added sugar, acid or finning chemicals.
Ant believes it’s important to keep the winemaking process as honest and natural as possible to respect the art.
No Added Sugar
No Added Acids
No Chemical Fining
“Full bodied, textural mouthfeel with a touch of fruit sweetness balanced by salivating acidity providing length, focus and clarity to the finish”.
Premium Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc
Terroir has been masterfully blended to pair beautifully with modern Australian cuisines.
Cray Point is sustainably farmed, and produced by Ant Moore Wines.
Every effort to minimise the carbon footprint of our production is taken.
I was introduced to this wine by a friend, and it has become my new ‘”go-to”.
This wine pairs perfectly with anything from seafood to pizza!
Typical grassy and herbal undertones of a traditional Savvy, but with a tropical “passionfruity” flavour. The acid is really well balanced. I absolutely loved this savvy.
Clean, Crisp and Fresh
A stunning example of how good a Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc can be.
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About The Wine Maker
As an Aussie, I moved to New Zealand in 2002 and have since undertaken every adventure required to make wine. I’ve developed a number of bareblocks into vineyards, bought a winery and built it up, created a number of successful wine brands. With the benefit of hard-earned experience, we now have my signature wine “ant moore”.
I am hands on with every aspect of the production, from managing my vines, harvesting the fruit, to processing the wine. I’m not afraid to try new and different approaches and to push the boundaries. To me that’s what making wine is all about, constantly learning and enjoying the creative expression that is making wine.
Using a combination of old world techniques and modern winemaking practices, I have crafted a range of wines that I would love to drink myself. They tend to be characterized by dryness and purity. They are all about balance and character – values we live by on the vineyard and in our personal lives.