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Sauvignon blanc


This variety traces its origins in the west of France on the Loire Valley and in the Bordeaux region, drawing its name from the French word sauvage (wild/ raw).
The skin of the grapes has a green hue, is very ressitent to heat and has a very fast growth rate. The quality of the grape depends mainly on its postioning in the vineyard, the variety does not store a lot of sugar that is why it is recommended that the production be limited to 7 tons/ hectare.
Same as for the Traminer and Pinot Gris, the maceration process of this variety must last a short period of time, no more than 6 hours, while the maturation process can last up to at least 6 months – a welcome pause, that enhances the aromas and the specific quality, the aromas get richer as the wine matures.
This variety gives birth to dry or demidry wines , full-bodied wine, with a smooth boquet.


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