Many white wine lovers are happy with Pinot Grigio and Chardonnay. Others want to branch out and discover the pleasures of other white wines. Sauvignon Blanc is ready to take you to new taste adventures.
Chardonnay is famous for its classic green apple taste. Sauvignon Blanc though is known for is grapfruit and melon flavors. These tastes and its higher acidity level makes it a perfect pairing for seafood.
Pick up one of these great Sauvignon Blancs for a mouth pleasing experience.
Redcliffe 2004 Sauvignon Blanc
Don't let the screw cap fool you, this is an excellent wine at a bargain price. It has tangy flavors of grapefruit and kiwi that will draw you in. The wine is crisp, but not too sharp. This New Zealand wine cries out to be served with lobster and steamer clams. At $10 a bottle stock up on this wine.
Voss Vineyards 2003 VV2 Sauvignon Blanc
A good value, Voss's wine has a fine aromas of melon, grapefruit, and fig. This is followed by classic flavors of melon and pink grapefruit. The finish is crisp and zesty with refreshing citrus flavors. $12.
Veramonte 2005 Sauvignon Blanc
Veramonte is a reliable producer of wines from Chile. The quality of this Sauvignon Blanc affirms thier reputation for well crafted wines. It has crisp fruit flavors and a subtle layer of acidity. It is delicious and definitely made for seafood. $11.
Brampton 2004 Sauvignon Blanc
This is a classic tasting Sauvignon Blanc with fresh grass and grapefruit aromas. It has a nice zing with flavors of grapefruit, figs, and freshly mown grass. It has an excellent finish with hints of lime and minerals. $13.
As you see, all these wines are available for under $15. Wines with great taste do not have to be expensive.