Sauvignon Blanc is a white-wine grape from western France, now successfully grown in emerging and established wine regions all over the world. Learn more by reading the guide below!
- Sauvignon blanc is a green-skinned grape variety that originates from the Bordeaux region of France.
- The grape most likely gets its name from the French words sauvage ("wild") and blanc ("white") due to its early origins as an indigenous grape in South West France.
- Typically a light to medium-bodied, crisp and refreshing white wine.
- Notable acidity.
- From herbal taste sensations to veggie, and from flavors of grass, hay and mineral tones to a citrus and tropical flavour mix
- Fruit – Citrus (Grapefruit, Lemon), Melon
- Grassy – Grass, Herbs, Mineral
- Oak – Vanilla, Spice, Smoke
- Crisp – Lively and refreshing with loads of fruit flavors
- Elegant – Crisp, yet round and complex, layers of flavors
- Oak – Influenced by oak aging with hints of smoke and vanilla
- New Zealand
- North America
Chicken, Sushi, Fish, Shells including Crabs & Oysters
Goat Cheese & Fresh cheeses such as Chevre, Burrata, Feta, Coupole, Humboldt Fog & Parmesan