Sauvignon Blanc

Sauvignon Blanc
Planted in many wine regions around the world, Sauvignon Blanc produces a crisp, dry and refreshing white wine.
origin France
ancestry Probably a natural crossing of Traminer x Chenin Blanc
Global Vineyard Area 55,589 Hectares / 1.21%
other names 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
bunch of grapes Small, dense clusters of greenish colour
Blatt Circular with five lobes
maturing time Mid to late season
ideal floor A hardy grape, it can grow in almost any soil but prefers lighter soil in cooler areas
wine characteristics
When the grapes reach good maturity, complex aromas of black currant, gooseberry and tropical fruit develop.
wine regions
Austria, France, Italy, Australia, Chile, Brazil, New Zealand, USA, Canada, South Africa