Loire Sauvignon Blanc 2010
26 May 2011 by Jancis Robinson
I find myself more excited about the range of wines being made around the world from Sauvignon Blanc grapes than I ever have before. There was a time not that long ago when we seemed to have little choice other than between rather too reticent, and sometimes just plain dull, Sancerres and Pouilly-Fumés on the one hand and pungent asparagus-juice-like wines made in the image of Marlborough Sauvignon. But now there are many more truly fine and inspiring Sauvignons made in Marlborough and all over the world, including Bordeaux and the rest of south-west France - including some incorporating some Sémillon. One particularly positive...

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