Sauvignon blanc, loved and maligned, but who makes the best? | Britt on Forbes

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One of the most satisfying wines to taste blind is Sauvignon Blanc. Its aromatic character is easy to recognise. It is also a wine that is loved by many all over the world, often in a refreshing, aromatic, easy-drinking style.

But is there more than it being a pool-side drink to Sauvignon Blanc?

Some certainly think so. There are very ambitious wines made in France, for example Sancerre and white Bordeaux, and also in New Zealand, a country that has almost built all its international reputation on this grape.

Britt talked to one of the experts in the field to find out if this grape can make great wines and who, then, is the leader of the pack. Read more on BKWine Magazine on the article originally published on Forbes: Sauvignon blanc, loved and maligned, but who makes the best? | Britt on Forbes.

Travel: Discover and taste sauvignon blanc on the wine tour to New Zealand with BKWine.

Rebecca Gibbs, an expert on wines from New Zealand
Rebecca Gibb, an expert on wines from New Zealand, copyright BKWine Photography

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