The Sauvignon Blanc (Savage White) grape originally grew wild in the South West of France. Once its wine potential was exploited it was not only grown in France, its main producer, but also in a variety of regions including Australia, New Zeland, South Africa, Canada, Chile and as a promising newcomer to the Sauvignon scene, Argentina.
The wide span of locations in which Sauvignon Blanc is produced has signified variations in the flavor of this fresh crisp white wine, depending on the climate and altitude.
Argentine varieties of Sauvignon Blanc are fruity with hints of grapefruit, apple, and jasmine and have a subtle smoky flavor when produced at higher altitudes and in Patagonia.
This wine is great for the warm seasons as it pairs well with light foods such as seafood, fish, salads and goat cheese. It is also a good option for a spicy meal as its freshness complements the fire in mouth sensations well. A glass of chilled Sauvignon Blanc can also make a great aperitif, perhaps in the evening by the pool deck.
For a special sample of Argentine wines, accompanied by snacks from HG Restaurant, don’t miss our weekly tastings every Thursday starting at 7PM at Fierro Hotel. Soler 5862, Palermo. 3220 6800. email@example.com.