The Sauvignon Blanc grape produces wines of distinction in most of the areas where it is grown. It originates from the Bordeaux region of France and it can tolerate greater heat than many varieties. These grapes are higher in acid and often exhibit melon in the nose and tastes.
Sauvignon Blanc is often blended with small amounts of Semillion in order to 'round-out' the taste of the wine. Depending on the climate, the flavor can range from aggressively grassy to sweetly tropical. Wine experts have used the phrase "crisp, elegant, and fresh" as a favorable description of Sauvignon Blanc.
Sauvignon Blanc is especially delightful when served with Seafood.
Greyman Blanc de Blancs, is a French White wine is a blend of Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc that offers green apple, creamy foam and floral aromas. Coupled with a fairly high acidity, the wine's moderate finish lends itself to the vibrancy of fruity personality. This wine offers a rather weak light with little perception of tannins. The sweetness is also not too obvious but still provides enough aroma of fruit.
The vineyards privileged location with cold night influenced by mist, contrasting with clear and bright days, give rise to this delicate Sauvignon Blanc. Pale yellow colour with green and brilliant hues, the nose reveals lime and white peach aromas. A light fruity body with refreshing acidity.
The superb Margaret River Sauvignon Blanc displays a vibrant bouquet of freshly cut peach, gooseberries and lemongrass. crisp flavours of white pear and squeezed limes introduce a vital palate of viscous natural acidity and subtle tones of brioche and candied nuts,A focused finish of bristling freshness and fruit purity.
Pulpo Sauvignon Blanc from the Marlborough region of New Zealand offers diners a rich and unique fruity aroma. In which there is a relatively large occurrence of passion fruit, orange, tangerine, grapefruit, plum, apple, pear, gooseberry. The wine has a very sour taste, smooth and dry acrid taste. But more wonderful is the gentle sweetness and a little bit of astringency that impresses on the tip of the tongue and also on the inside of the palate. The aftertaste is fresh and youthful, lingering and not letting go.