Sauvignon Gris

Sauvignon Gris is a slight mutation of Sauvignon Blanc, creating a different colored berry with a slightly changed flavor profile. This is similar to the difference between Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris, with "gris" a French term for grey in English. The flavor profiles of Sauvignon Gris and Sauvignon Blanc are only minimally different, with more similarities than differences, depending on winemaker influences. It can be a delightful departure from Sauvignon Blanc, with robust elements that can make food pairing quite interesting.

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  • Early Mountain Vineyards Five Forks 2016

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    47% Petit Manseng, 30% Sauvignon Blanc, 13% Viognier, 5% Muscat, 5% Pinot Gris. Stainless steel, neutral oak, and concrete egg. Honeysuckle, lemon, apple, and pear. Sweetly grassy, like sugar snap peas. Apple peel on finish. Bracing, crisp acidity. Read More

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  • According to the Wine Institute, in 2015, eighty-three percent of wine from the United States was made from grapes grown in California. Clearly, the world wine stage has welcomed California bottles with opened arms. Wine lovers from around the world clamor for access to California wines. They journey to the state’s many celebrated regions with g... Read More

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