Savignon Blanc is a white wine with French origins and a soft smoky flavor and pronounced herbal and apple flavors, which goes well with stews and thick sauces. New Zealand is now a top producer of Sauvignon blancs. It came to the U.S. in 1878, and it is sometimes called Fumé Blanc, due to its smoky flavors.

Sauvignon blanc should be drunk within a few years, and should be served at around 52° (11°C)

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