Sommelier India recommends NZ Sauvignon Blanc

Line -up of Sauvignon Blanc bottles,resting up on their sleeves .

Wine is a combination of place and grape variety. These days wine grapes are grown all over the world. In Sommelier India Issue 2, 2018 the Sommelier India Tasting Panel recommends Sauvignon Blanc wines from New Zealand.

Originating in France, Sauvignon Blanc is now grown around the world making crisp, dry, aromatic and extremely distinctive wines. It is fermented at relatively low temperatures in stainless steel in order to preserve as much fresh, fruity flavours as possible. The wines are meant to be drunk young.

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