Best Unwooded Sauvignon Blanc of 2007

Best Unwooded Sauvignon Blanc of 2007 With the emphasis on un-wooded, or wine fermented in stainless steel, this accolade goes to the most refreshing, crisp and zingy Sauvignon Blanc released this year. Unashamedly intended for early consumption, it should not be shunned by wine buffs for the best examples of sauvignon blanc are by no means lacking in distinctive character or signature of their terroir, as exemplified by this minerally specimen from the Awatere Valley, Marlborough, New Zealand. The fact is that Sauvignon Blanc remains the world's most popular white grape variety, satisfying many criteria for the contemporary wine consumer.

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