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Sauvignon blanc is a green-skinned grape with indigenous origins in the South West France, including the region of Bordeaux. It is named as Sauvage (Wild) and Blanc (White) due to that indigenous origin. The grape owes much of its early popularity to winemakers in Bordeaux and the Loire Valley in France, being nowadays widely cultivated not only in France, but also in Canada, Australia, South Africa, New Zealand, Chile, Romania and California (where it had a new term coined by Robert Mondavi: Fumé Blanc).
Sauvignon Blanc flavors can range from sweetly tropical to aggressively grassy. In warm regions it tends to develop tropical fruit notes, risking the loss of aromatics from over-ripeness and showing only grapefruit and tree fruit aromas and a dull flavor, while in colder places it develops noticeable acidity and green flavors, such as grass, nettles and green bell peppers along with some tropical fruit (mainly passion fruit).
Due to the crisp, elegant and fresh characteristics of Sauvignon Blanc, it pairs well with fish and cheese, like chevre, and is one of the few wines taken as a good pair to Sushi and general Japanese cuisine.
Sauvignon blanc is also known as Beyaz Sauvignon, Blanc Doux, Blanc Fume, Bordeaux bianco, Douce blanche, Feher Sauvignon, Feigentraube, Fie, Fie dans le Neuvillois, Fume, Fume Blanc, Fume Surin, Genetin, Gennetin, Gentin a Romorantin, Gros Sauvignon, Libournais, Melkii Sotern, Muskat Silvaner, Muskat Sylvaner, Muskatani Silvanec, Muskatni Silvanec, Muskatsilvaner, Painechon, Pellegrina, Petit Sauvignon, Picabon, Piccabon, Pinot Mestny Bely, Pissotta, Puinechou, Punechon, Punechou, Quinechon, Rouchelin, Sampelgrina, Sarvonien, Sauternes, Sauvignon, Sauvignon bianco, Sauvignon Bijeli, Sauvignon blanco, Sauvignon Fume, Sauvignon Gros, Sauvignon jaune, Sauvignon jeune, Sauvignon Petit, Sauvignon vert, Sauvignon White, Savagnin, Savagnin blanc, Savagnin Musque, Savagnou, Savignon, Savvy B, Servanien, Servonien, Servoyen, Souternes, Sovinak, Sovinjon, Sovinjon Beli, Sovinon, Spergolina, Surin, Sylvaner Musque, Uva Pelegrina, Weisser Sauvignon, and Zöld Ortlibi.
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