Sauvignon Blanc: a major grape variety in world viticulture
Sauvignon Blanc is a widely grown white grape variety in the world of viticulture. Originating from the Bordeaux region in France, it has spread across the world to become one of the most popular white grape varieties, particularly in New Zealand, California, Chile, and South Africa. Sauvignon Blanc is recognized for its aromatic character, fruity and floral notes, as well as its lively acidity. It is also used in the production of many quality white wines, such as Sancerre, Pouilly-Fumé, Marlborough, and Napa Valley wines.