Bottlings from France and New Zealand show the stylistic range of the grape
Posted: June 27, 2003
The Loire Valley, in France, is the traditional benchmark for Sauvignon Blanc. Appellations such as Sancerre and Pouilly-Fumé are well known for their delicious versions of the grape. But today, wine drinkers can also look to a New World region for high-quality Sauvignon Blanc: In the last decade, New Zealand has emerged as a top producer.
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