A wine can be based either on a variety of berries with the same name or a combination of it with other species. The flavor may vary depending on the ripeness of the grapes and the region of production:
- In New Zealand and Australia, green pepper, black currant leaf, and passion fruit scents predominate
- In Chile and South America, this product is made with citrus and green apple flavors
- Drinks of France take on a pronounced mineral flavor with notes of peach and melon
- USA is famous for its acidic wines with hints of asparagus, licorice, grass, and vanilla. The product is aged in oak barrels
- In South Africa, you can try two kinds. The first is a light, fruity one. The second is with oak
- Italian brand features a subtle and light fruity flavor
The Sauvignon Blanc grape makes a light, refreshing drink. It is also used in combination with Semillon berries to create dessert wines.