In Bordeaux, which is renowned for making Sauvignon Blanc, and across other parts of the world, everyone will be tasting the wine. So, if you are heading on any well-known river cruises then you can buy a bottle of this celebrated wine for around $17 (just over £10).
Dancing Bull’s 2013 California Sauvignon Blanc
The article also praises Dancing Bull’s 2013 California Sauvignon Blanc wine as its fruity and herbal flavours create a “good complexity”.
2012 Emmolo Napa Valley Sauvignon Blanc
Another wine to taste on Sauvignon Blanc Day is the 2012 Emmolo Napa Valley Sauvignon Blanc.
The wine is described in the article as offering a vibrant acidity with its pear and citrus flavours coming to the fore, whilst also offering a good balance at the same time.
Elena Walch’s 2012 “Castel Ringberg” Sauvignon Blanc
Another brand that is highly-acclaimed in the article is Elena Walch’s 2012 “Castel Ringberg” Sauvignon Blanc wine.
The wine from the southern slopes of the Alps has a citrus core to get the taste buds flowing and a touch of cream.
If you are heading to Bordeaux as part of a river cruise tour or are travelling to the region for a short break over Sauvignon Blanc Day, then there will be a number of regional Sauvignon Blanc wines on offer for you to taste.
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