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This high end wine is a South African Still Wine 2012 vintage from Overberg Elgin produced by Tokara that is 750ml.
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Enjoy this wine from Overberg Walker Bay produced by Southern Right and is a South African Still Wine 2013 vintage that is 750ml.
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The wine was aged on its lees with battonage. Vibrant notes of citrus, tropical fruit, and lemongrass are framed by hints of cream. A backbone of minerality and nicely balanced undertones of herbal and ...
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The focus of this wine is based on a vineyard component arising from low yielding Table Mountain Sandstone soils. Using neutral yeasts, Downes Sauvignon Blanc expresses very distinctive and concentrated ...
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This is all hand-picked estate fruit presenting an intensity and spiciness with a haunting perfume of gooseberry and lemon grass layered over a mineral rich creamy palate. More tropical than grassy with ...
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Sauvignon Blanc has a fruity profile as is common among white wines. Its fruity flavors can include lime, green apple, passion fruit, kiwi, guava, white peach and nectarine. It also has a unique herbaceous flavor and aroma that give it greener, more vegetable tones. Look out for bell pepper, jalapeño, grass, basil, celery and lemongrass in this dry, medium acidity wine. Sauvignon Blanc is typically enjoyed young and fresh, but oaked flavors can expand the profile to include vanilla, butter, coconut, nutmeg and dill.

As with Riesling, the flavors and styles of Sauvignon Blanc vary depending on the growing region. It is one of the most widely planted grapes, which means greater variety in the profiles especially when it comes to warmer versus cooler growing climates. Wine Chateau carries selections from the U.S., South Africa, New Zealand, Chile, Australia and beyond. Buy Sauvignon Blanc online by the case or by the bottle to note the differences in flavors and aromas.

Make it easier to get your full serving of vegetables by chasing them down with a glass of Sauvignon Blanc. This wine goes well with other greens and white meats, especially seafood. Pair this white with nearly any fish, including haddock, cod, sea bass, tilapia and others. Add flavor to your dish with well-chosen herbs like basil, mint, thyme, dill, rosemary and chive. The versatility of Sauvignon Blanc means you can just as easily pair it with tacos and salsa verde as you can with thyme salmon.

Going green with Sauvignon Blanc wine may not save the environment, but it sure will taste good. Browse our extensive selection to find the bottle – or bottles – that speaks to you. Based on our own experience, we notice vegetables get better and better the more you try them with a few glasses of Sauvignon Blanc.