WSET Bitesize - What is Sauvignon Blanc?

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Originally from Bordeaux, Sauvignon Blanc is now one of the most widely planted grapes.

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Sauvignon Blanc is one of the most widely planted grape varieties in the world. Originally from Bordeaux, France, it is now found across the globe. Depending on the climate, the flavour can vary from crisp, green fruit through to richer, tropical fruits. Join Shane Jones DipWSET for this introduction looking at the key regions famous for producing Sauvignon Blanc, the different styles and the names you might find it under.

This webinar is free to attend and open to anyone, no prior wine knowledge is needed. The new series of bitesize 30-minute webinars are ideal for beginners looking to learn more about wine.


Shane Jones DipWSET, Wine and Sake Educator
Having tired of working in an office, Shane took the plunge in 2011 and turned his passion into his profession by joining the wine industry. Shane holds the WSET Diploma and is an enthusiastic sparkling wine specialist. It’s no surprise then that he scooped the Moët & Chandon Scholarship at his graduation!

"I think wine and sake education can be just as powerful as being able to read. It opens up a new world for exploration and gives you confidence."

This event does not necessarily constitute official WSET course material and should not be used as such.

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