Sauvignon Blanc From Around the World with J.R.

Sauvignon Blanc, or ‘wild white’, is one of the oldest cultivated wine grapes in the world and has worked its way into every major wine-growing country. Whether you’re familiar with the bright, charismatic wines of New Zealand, or the refined, mineral-driven classics from France, we’ll explore the subtle differences between the many identities of this universally popular grape. Join Sommelier J.R. for a global breakdown of how this “savage” variety behaves across hemispheres and beyond borders.

When: Sunday, August 23rd at 4 p.m. CST

Where: via Zoom

Donation: FREE -or- Donate What You Want

Any donations for this class will go towards providing wines and continued education for displaced service industry workers.

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Bottle Recommendations:

All of our Somms like to recommend a great wine that you can purchase beforehand to enhance your experience.  Buying a bottle is completely optional! Here are J.R.’s recommendations, available around Austin:

Classic Picks:

Unconventional Picks:

Not in Austin? Are these bottles sold out?! Pick up your favorite Sauvignon Blanc from any of these areas:

  • Sancerre or Pouilly Fumé from the Loire Valley, in France
  • Marlborough (or anywhere), in New Zealand
  • California
  • Chile
  • South Africa

Cheers!