Sauvignon Gris is a pink-berried mutation of the Sauvignon Blanc grape. It most likely originated around Bordeaux, but has found itself quite at home in Chile. Sauvignon Gris is thinly scattered across other parts of the wine world, including Uruguay, New Zealand, the United States and Switzerland.
Sauvignon Gris is less aromatic than its blanc sibling, but much more elegant and certainly capable of producing interesting.
Pairing: Scallops with mushrooms and White Wine. Garlic Prawns, Caramelized Onion with goats’cheese