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Sauvignon blanc Wikipedia.
Sauvignon blanc is also known under the synonyms 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.
Sauvignon Wikipedia.
Jump to navigation Jump to search. Sauvignon may refer to.: Sauvignon blanc a white wine grape. Sauvignon vert a white wine grape widely planted in Chile. Also a name in California for Muscadelle. Sauvignon gris a pink wine grape. Cabernet Sauvignon a red wine grape.
Sauvignon Blanc grape variety for dry whites.
Sauvignon Blanc is its best-known name, but it is also called small and big Sauvignon in other countries. All the wines of this variety OTHER White GRAPES VARIETIES. Merlot Blanc, Sauvignon Gris, Ugni Blanc, Colombard, Muscadelle, Sémillon. CIVB, 2021 Alcohol abuse is bad for your health.
The Differences Between Sauvignon Blanc from France, New Zealand and California VinePair. p-pinterest. Shape.
Currently, California Sauvignon Blanc can be found in both styles: the fruit-forward, more classically New World version, as well as Mondavis Fumé Blanc style. The Sauvignon Blanc American consumers drink most tends to be from the southerly islands of New Zealand.
What is Cabernet Sauvignon? A Guide Wine 101. p-pinterest. Shape.
As a wine, Cabernet Sauvignon is known for its dark color, full body and an alcohol content that is over 13.5%, with most Cabernet Sauvignons, especially those from places such as California, Australia and Chile, being more like 14.5% and sometimes even going over 15%.
Cabernet Sauvignon Wikipedia.
14 In the South Australian wine region of Coonawarra, Cabernet Sauvignon has produced vastly different results from grape vines planted in the region's' terra rosa soil so much so that the red soil is considered the boundary" of the wine region, with some controversy from wine growers with Cabernet Sauvignon planted on red soil.

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