The aromatic bouquet among the grape varieties and quickly identified in tastings. The bouquet is dominated by aromas of fresh green grass and currants and gooseberries.
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The hype about Sauvignon Blanc began in the 1990s in New Zealand, when the Cloudy Bay winery literally reinvented the grape variety. The exotic started a worldwide triumphal procession and was simply copied stylistically by many wineries. Sauvignon is often loud and aromatic, but in Styria or France it can also be incredibly mineral, complex and fine. You can like the former, but you don't have to. Sauvignon Blanc is extremely versatile and, with reduced yields, also presents itself as elegantly as Riesling or Pinot Noir. In the vineyards of Sancerre, Pouilly-Fumé and Touraine in the Loire, Sauvignon usually dominates the vineyards and produces astonishing qualities. Whether long on the mash as Orange Wine or aged in barriques, Sauvignon Blanc is an all-rounder and a very popular grape variety among connoisseurs worldwide.