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  • Sauvignon Blanc Tasting Notes

    A green-skinned grape variety that originated in western France and is known to exhibit lots of green fruit such as gooseberry and honeydew with grapefruit and peach. Grown worldwide and hugely popular, this grape pairs well with herb-driven sauces over chicken, pork, white fish, and seafood.

    Sweetness
    Dry Sweet
    Body
    Light Full
    Acidity
    Low High
    Tannin
    Low High

    Lemon

    Lime

    Gooseberry

    Blossom

    Sauvignon Blanc – Fun Facts

    Sauvignon Blanc originated in the Loire Valley in France.

    Its grape skins contain methoxypyrazines, emitting herbaceous notes such as asparagus, cut grass, and gooseberries.

    International Sauvignon Blanc day is the 1st Friday of every May!

    Sauvignon Blanc – Prominent Grape Growing Areas

    Sauvignon Blanc – Prominent Grape Growing Areas

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