New Zealand's premier white offers tangy fruit flavors and wallet-friendly prices
Posted: November 7, 2003
In the last decade, New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc has established itself as key player, rivaling more traditional versions from France's Loire Valley. Both wine regions are good sources for Smart Buys, offering high-quality, affordable bottlings.
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