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Sauvignon blanc, which we have chosen for you, is always among the best in the country and in the world. We must rate the selected wines at least 87 points in order to include them in our offer. That is why you will find here the best wines from this variety in the world, e.g. the Tement winery from Austrian Styria, various styles and terroirs from the Moravian King of Sauvignon Roman Fabig, other top-rated wines from Moravia, expressive and elegant specimens from New Zealand, Greece, Slovenia and France.
Sauvignon blanc comes from the French wine regions on the Loire River, which was created by crossing the Chenin blanc and Tramin varieties. The German synonym is Muskat-Sylvaner and Feigentraube, sometimes used in Austria, which was once also used in our country – Fig grape. The Habans probably brought it to Bohemia under this name. It was included in the Czechoslovak state variety book in 1952. Wine from the variety is often harmonious with pleasant acidity and refined aromas, e.g. gooseberry, gooseberry, peach, blackcurrant leaf.
Wines from the Sauvignon blanc variety are sufficiently aromatic and have juicy acidity, which is why they perfectly accompany quite rich dishes, as well as seafood and Thai cuisine. The characteristic high acid makes them an excellent companion even for tomatoes, which are also pungent. Classic pairings include white wine from the French appellation of Sancerre or Pouilly-Fumé with local goat cheeses – in short, a real culinary treasure is hidden in the Loire Valley.
New Zealand Sauvignon blanc with its strong gooseberry or passion fruit aroma is also an excellent aperitif that quenches the thirst and encourages the taste buds to continue. At the same time, they are an irreplaceable choice for Asian seafood preparation, Thai cuisine, etc.