Sauvignon Blanc originates from the Bordeaux region.
The name derives from the French word “sauvage”. Generally, Sauvignon Blanc buds late and ripens early, meaning that it is perfectly suited to areas with a sunny but not overly warm climate.
Currently grown in all of the world’s leading wine-producing regions, the white Sauvignon grape produces some of the best white wines. Its fermentation in stainless steel containers enables it to retain its characteristic dry notes, aromatic and fresh, which makes such wines instantly recognisable.