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Grape Varieties - Sauvignon Gris

Sauvignon Gris

Sauvignon Gris (also known as Sauvignon Rose) is a genetic mutation of Sauvignon Blanc. It is not allowed in a number of the Loire appellations, including Sancerre, but it does creep into some field blended wines. It is also increasingly popular in Bordeaux as an ingredient in the dry white wines. 

Signature Style

Signature Style

Spicily aromatic and richer in the mouth than Sauvignon Blanc.

Famous Examples

Famous Examples

None

Principle Regions

Principle Regions

The Loire Valley. A smattering in South America.

Synonyms

Synonyms

Fié.

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2017 Roter Veltliner Eisenhut

Grape Variety
Grape Variety:
Roter Veltliner
  Style
Style:
Dry White - rich
Country
Country:
Austria
  Alcohol Content
Alcohol Content:
12.5%
Region
Region:
Wagram
  Bottle Size
Bottle Size:
75cl
Producer
Producer:
Eschenhof Holzer
  Serving Temperature
Serving Temperature:
9°C
Appellation
Appellation:
not specified
  Drink By Date
Drink By:
2021
Colour
Colour:
Still White
  Food
Food:
  • Asian/Spicy
  • Cheese
  • Chicken
  • Pasta
  • Pork
  • Salads
  • Vegetables
 

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