Definitions for "Sauvignon Blanc"
(soh-vihn-yawn BLAHNK): Noble white grape variety grown in the Loire and Bordeaux regions of France, with plantings now in other regions. Generally speaking produces soft, assertive, herbaceous, sometimes complex wines.
Fine white wine grape, produces elegant, scented white wines.
Very aromatic vine used throughout the world but originally from Bordeaux region, used for white wines.
Keywords:  nahn, vig, blank, waste, complete
( So-vig-nahn Blank) A complete waste of time.