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Sauvignon Blanc

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Sauvignon Blanc’s trademark acidity and delightful grassiness from the chemical pyrazine make the wine refreshing and identifiable. It is a white wine revered around the world. It is a versatile green grape that grows in a number of terroirs, allowing for a range of styles and tastes. Most Sauvignon Blanc are aged in stainless steel and bottled fresh, but the finest Bordeaux Sauvignon Blanc is blended with other white grapes and oak-aged. Sauvignon Blanc is often dry, but some New Zealand producers leave some sugar in for a rich sweetness — or even make sparkling wine with Sauvignon Blanc. Blended with Semillon and/or Muscadelle, Sauvignon Blanc becomes the famous dessert wine from Bordeaux, Sauternes.

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The Best Sauvignon Blanc Wine, Curated by Wine Lovers

Cloudwine loves curating quality wines from around the world for all levels of connoisseurs, and it shows in our careful selection of Sauvignon Blanc. Whether you feel like oak-aged Sauvignon Blanc or a Sauvignon Blanc - Sémillon blend from Bordeaux, or you want to taste the tingle of residual fruit sugars of New Zealand's offerings, or the zesty grassiness of South African Sauvignon Blanc wines, let us find you a Sauvignon Blanc to savour. Or stay closer to home and experience the zen-like perfect balance between fruitiness and acidity in the Sauvignon Blanc wines from our own Adelaide Hills and Margaret River.

Your Perfect Sauv Blanc Package

Whether you join our amazing Cloudwine Wine Club or opt for a customisable gift pack with vibrant reds, crisp whites, or energetic sparkling wines, we have you covered. Domestic or imported, bold or delicate — whatever your tastes and preferences, we are delighted to put together a phenomenal wine package, whether it’s for a special event or to expand your wine repertoire. Talk to us today!

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the typical flavour profiles of Sauvignon Blanc?

Sauvignon Blanc is all about straightforward flavours, clear and bright. An invigorating grassiness permeates this acidic wonder, which can balance tart citrus flavours and fruitiness.

Which regions are famous for Sauvignon Blanc?

France’s Loire Valley, where the grape is said to have originated, produces arguably the best Sauvignon Blanc, but stellar Sauvignon Blanc also comes from New Zealand, Chile, the United States, South Africa, and even Moldova. Australia's Sauvignon Blanc also has significant renown — the best coming from Adelaide Hills and Margaret River.

How does Sauvignon Blanc differ by region?

Warm Climate Sauvignon Blanc stays longer on the vine, losing a bit of the grassiness and taking on more of the ripe fruit flavours of citrus and even exotic fruits. Colder Climate Sauvignon Blanc showcases more of that green herbaceousness from pyrazine.

How should I serve and store Sauvignon Blanc?

Sauvignon Blanc should be chilled before serving, since the flavours and acidity will give way to more of an alcohol taste if the wine is warm. At the same time, a Sauvignon Blanc that is too cold will have muted aromas and flavours. After two hours in the refrigerator or half an hour in ice water, the wine will be at the ideal temperature range of 7-12 degrees Celsius.

What foods pair well with Sauvignon Blanc?

The quintessential grassiness of Sauvignon Blanc makes this white wine go wonderfully with light dishes showcasing fresh green herbs, whether featured in sauces over chicken, fish, or tofu, or matched with goat’s milk cheeses. 

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