The Sauvignon Blanc is a parent of Cabernet Sauvignon and has hints that are more similar to its other relatives, such as Cabernet Franc. Sauvignons are usually light-medium bodied with rich flavors like freshly cut grass to tropical fruits like passionfruit or even honeydew and mango!. They can be produced through a variety of processes, such as oak aging and lees stirring or malolactic fermentation to make a full bodied one.
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