Greystone opens new cellar door

Greystone Wines has reopened its cellar door with an eatery and a new look at its vineyard in Waipara, North Canterbury.

The new cellar door now has sharing food platters made from locally grown, organic and foraged produce, headed by chef and forager, Melany Wright.

“We make wine that reflects our environment, so it made sense to develop a menu that captures both season and provenance. Mel is renowned amongst chefs in New Zealand for her foraging skills as well as her ability to tell a story of place through food” says NickGill, general manager, and founding viticulturist at Greystone.

The refit of the cellar door was inspired by the new labels launched by the winery at the end of last year and was made a reality by local creative, Matt Smith, who managed the project’s design and build.

  • Greystone Cellar Door & Kitchen is open daily from 10am-5pm. Greystone wines are 100% certified organic.

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