Sauvignon blanc grapes can be made into wines of any style, but the most popular examples are dry, fresh, and aromatic.
Fish (Including Raw)
Tuna, Cod, Trout, Bass
Poached Or Steamed
Green Beans, Kale, Lettuce
Beans & Peas
Lentils, Navy Beans, Pinto Beans, Chickpeas
Thyme, Oregano, Basil, Tarragon
About Sauvignon Blanc
Sauvignon Blanc is an aromatic green-skinned grape variety that has its origins in Bordeaux, France. Today, the most notable regions for producing Sauvignon Blanc are the Loire Valley and Bordeaux, France; Marlborough, New Zealand; Napa Valley, California, and Casablanca, Chile. The primary fruit flavors of Sauvignon Blanc are lime, white peach, green apple, grapefruit, and gooseberry. What makes Sauvignon Blanc unique from other white wines are its other herbaceous and mineral flavors that come from a chemical compound called pyrazine.