Sauvignon gris

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Sauvignon gris is pink color wine grape that is a clonal mutation of Sauvignon blanc. The grape is primarily found in Bordeaux and Chile, where it was imported with Sauvignon blanc and Sauvignon vert cuttings. The grape produces less aromatic wines and is often use for blending.[1]

Sauvignon Gris is produced and grown in Santa Barbara County by Fred Brander of Brander Winery.


References[edit]

  1. ^ Oz Clarke Encyclopedia of Grapes pg 228 Harcourt Books 2001 ISBN 0-15-100714-4

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