Refreshing whites from France's Loire Valley and New Zealand face off in an Old World/New World challenge
Posted: August 2, 2002
Sauvignon Blanc's traditional home is in France's Loire Valley, where the best versions come from the Sancerre and Pouilly-Fumé appellations (highlighted below). This variety is also made in smaller areas, including Reuilly, Quincy and Menetou-Salon.
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