Sauvignon blanc is a popular grape. It has increased enormously in the last 20 years. A dozen countries have significant plantings, and another ten have a smaller, but growing, surface. Sauvignon blanc grows best in a slightly cooler climate. It often has an aromatic and straightforward character. But it is more complex than you might think. In fact, it can produce world-class wines, if you know where to look.
A new article in our series on grape varieties.
Read more in Britt’s article on BKWine Magazine, also published on Forbes: Sauvignon blanc, aromatic, popular and more multifaceted than you think | Grape Variety Profile | Britt on Forbes.