Sauvignon Blanc

De alcoholvrije witte wijn Sauvignon Blanc van Giesen

Sauvignon Blanc is a grape variety known for its "fresh, elegant and fresh" flavors, especially when served slightly chilled. This wine pairs well with fish or cheese, such as chèvre, and is even one of the few wines that go well with sushi. Sauvignon Blanc is generally drunk young and does not particularly benefit from aging; Over time, varietal Sauvignon Blancs can develop vegetal aromas reminiscent of peas and asparagus.

The grape originates from France, from the Bordeaux and Loire Valley regions, but can now be found in many wine regions around the world, such as California, Australia, Chile and South Africa. The wine ranges from dry to sweet and from Bordeaux, including oak-aged examples from Pessac-Léognan and Graves, as well as some Loire Valley wines from Pouilly-Fumé and Sancerre are some of the few examples of Sauvignon Blancs with aging potential.

The Giesen 0% Sauvignon Blanc from Marlborough, New Zealand, retains the characteristic fresh and vibrant flavors of a traditional Sauvignon Blanc, but without the alcohol. This wine is produced by first making a premium full-bodied Sauvignon Blanc and then, using advanced technology, carefully removing the aromas and then the alcohol. The delicate aromas are captured and recombined with the wine to retain its distinctive scent. The end result is a dry, refreshing style of non-alcoholic wine that is low in calories.

Compared to traditional Sauvignon Blancs, Giesen 0% offers an innovative approach for Sauvignon Blanc lovers looking for an alcohol-free alternative without sacrificing taste or quality, exactly one of the alcohol-free wines that World of NIX is looking for. This approach reflects the versatility and adaptability of the Sauvignon Blanc grape, which can express several unique flavor profiles depending on region and production methods.