Sauvignon is a crystal white wine with light yellow color. Originally from France, from Bordeaux. Sauvignon is planted in numerous world wine-growing regions, producing fresh, dry and refreshing white varieties of wine. Sauvignon is grown in France, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Washington, California and other US states. Sauvignon is one of the most popular white wines in the United States. It is often called “grassy wine”. It is known for its freshness and refreshing taste, high acidity and low sugar content.
Depending on the climate, the taste can vary, but yet it is a fresh and harmonious taste. The wine is a medium body and it rests on ripe floral notes and spice fragrances. It is served at a temperature of 10 °C and is best suited for light fish dishes, rice, salads or pasta.
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