May 31st, 2000 Best of the Rest Around the world, Sauvignon Blanc is an expressive varietal By Kim Marcus The reach of Sauvignon Blanc extends well beyond the Loire Valley, California and New Zealand. Sauvignon is grown in nearly all major vineyard regions in a variety of styles, making it one of the true international grape varieties, along with Chardonnay, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon.
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