SAUVIGNON BLANC

Green skinned grape that originates from Bordeaux France. It is said the name comes from the French Sauvage meaning savage and blanc meaning white.

Wine critics used the words “crisp, elegant and fresh” to describe Sauvignon Blanc, while sommeliers equally often use the term ‘cats piss’ to explain the non perfect version that turn terribly acidic.

Sauvignon Blanc Grape

World Regions: France (Loire) Chile and New Zealand

Glass: All narrower white, aromas directly to nose

Storage Temperature: 10-16 degrees

Serving Temperature: 8 degrees

FLAVOUR PROFILE

Flavour Characteristics: Fresh and Crisp, Aromatic, Lemon, Grapefruit, and Fresh Cut Grass

Acid Level: Medium-High

FLAVOUR MATCHING

Food Match: Oysters, Seafood, Chicken

Sauce: Citrus

Herb Match: Tarragon, Chives, Pine Nuts

Dessert: Sorbet, Key Lime Pie

Cheese: Feta

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