A tropical take on Sauvignon Blanc for everyday drinking
If New Zealand Sauvignon exits the Sauvignon Blanc station closer to the Aromatic Line, and French Sauvignon Blanc exits towards the White Central Line, this takes an exit smack bang in the middle. Chilean Sauvignon tends to have a bit more sweet fruit than a French wine, particularly traditional Sancerre and Loire valley wines do. But it’s less in-your-face than the Marlborough wines often are. So what you get is a tasty, refreshingly juicy wine which lends itself to sofas, gardens and other informal drinking occasions where you don’t want to get too serious about wine.
This wine was kindly provided by Corney and Barrow for an event at the Borders Book Festival and is a sponsored post.