Who Doesn't Like Sauvignon Blanc?

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What makes really great wine? It takes more than love and patience to make an excellent vintage. We sought out to find the trends that create a beautiful glass of vino around the world. Using our love and skill for data we identified that climate and soil composition tell the story of how great wine-grapes are created.

Sauvignon Blanc is one of the most popular wines in the world, and is the most profitable wine in the world. The characteristics the Sauvignon Blanc grapes lend itself to being the front runner. It thrives in cool climates, but can develop desirable flavors in both cool and warm environments. This has allowed it to be grown across the globe. It buds early, grows quickly, and can produce several harvest within the same year. All seasons are Sauvignon Blanc season.

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Location, location, location!

The map below shows the Sauvignon Blanc vineyards ranked by Wine Enthusiast Magazine for the year 2016. Each marker represents a different appellation. By clicking on a marker the legend will update with relevant (You will first need to make a rank selection for the markers to appear) information for that locale. The container in the upper left corner allows you to filter the selected vineyards further by rank.

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Average Max Temperature

The average max temperature for Sauvignon Blanc growing locations exhibit mild fluctuations over the months, as ideal climates for cultivating Sauvignon Blanc are moderate and generally do not exceed 85 degrees fahrenheit. In cooler climates, the grape may produce wines with noticeable acidity and flavors of grass, green bell peppers, tropical fruit, and floral notes. In warmer climates, it can develop more tropical fruit notes but also grapefruit and and peach notes and may require earlier harvesting.

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