Sauvignon is one of the most widespread and famous white grape varieties in the world. It is a semi-aromatic variety that exhibits a broad and complex range of aromas, with a distinct varietal imprint that, depending on the terroir, ranges from yellow pepper to tomato leaf, mown grass, gooseberry, nettle and hints of exotic fruit. This prized grape variety has found its natural habitat in France, in the Loire Valley area, where it produces Sancerre and Pouilly Fumé. In Italy, it is especially widespread in the regions of Trentino South Tyrol and Friuli Venezia Giulia, where the temperature range ensures expressive aromas and great freshness. In recent years it has found a second home in New Zealand where its typical notes of yellow pepper and tomato leaf are softened, and complemented by a rich bouquet of exotic fruit.