Articulos de prensa

febrero 2019

El Concours Mondial du Sauvignon celebra su décima edición con 1.010 vinos inscritos

2019-02-26T13:41:35+02:00febrero 25th, 2019|Articulos de prensa, Comunicados de prensa|

El número de vinos en competición se ha multiplicado por dos en la última década Las inscripciones de Francia vuelven a subir La mayor participación de Sudáfrica y de Nueva Zelanda hasta la fecha La edición 2019 del Concours Mondial du Sauvignon ha registrado un nuevo récord de inscripciones. 1.010 vinos de Sauvignon de 26 [...]

noviembre 2018

¡Las inscripciones están abiertas!

2019-02-25T14:12:07+02:00noviembre 22nd, 2018|Articulos de prensa, Comunicados de prensa|

El Concours Mondial du Sauvignon 2019 tendrá lugar los días 9 y 10 de marzo. Para esta décima edición, los organizadores han elegido Italia y más concretamente el Friuli Venezia Giulia. Es la segunda vez que el concurso se organiza esta gran región productora. Más información sobre el viñedo Friuli Venezia Giulia [...]

mayo 2018

Fransola, el inesperado Sauvignon del Penedès

2018-09-19T10:58:14+02:00mayo 28th, 2018|Articulos de prensa, Sauvignon Commitee|

La familia Torres, pionero en más de un sentido, se trasladó a las alturas para producir Sauvignon Blanc en sus viñedos de Fransola. El periodista y catador de vino Frédéric Galtier analiza cómo superaron muchos obstáculos para preservar el carácter intrínseco de la variedad. La Sauvignon mediterránea a menudo ha concentrado muchas críticas por partes [...]

julio 2017

noviembre 2016

New York “Sauvignon is a big deal grape and very much the centre of interest”

2016-11-28T11:40:17+02:00noviembre 28th, 2016|Articulos de prensa, Sauvignon Commitee|

(Original text in English) Just as Paris is not France and London is not the UK, New York is a microcosm unto itself. Nevertheless, trends often start in major cities before filtering through to the rest of the country. We asked Tom Geniesse of the Bottle Rocket wine store in New York to describe current [...]

octubre 2016

Oregon – Sauvignon is destined to win back its rightful place

2016-10-24T15:11:08+02:00octubre 4th, 2016|Articulos de prensa, Sauvignon Commitee|

(original text in English) It’s hard to think of any place in the world – other than Oregon – where Sauvignon Blanc was once upon a time significant, then wasn’t, now is again. Dr Paul White recounts the varietal’s rise and fall in the Pacific Northwest State. Although current production is tiny, quality is very [...]

mayo 2016

Styria: A prime Austrian wine region for growing Sauvignon blanc

2016-11-28T15:29:45+02:00mayo 19th, 2016|Articulos de prensa, Sauvignon Commitee|

(Original text in English) Austria accounts for just 1% of global wine production and although the vast majority of Austrian-grown wines are white, the most widespread variety is not Sauvignon blanc but Grüner Veltliner, which is extensively planted in the country’s two main wine regions. The third largest region, Styria or Steiermark, along the border [...]

abril 2016

The many faces of Chilean Sauvignon

2016-11-28T15:33:18+02:00abril 20th, 2016|Articulos de prensa, Sauvignon Commitee|

(Texto original en inglès) Over the past few years, Chile has evolved into a major producer of Sauvignon blanc with a strong international presence. This month, the Sauvignon blanc steering committee invited Chilean wine writer Patricio Tapia* to shed light on the advent of the varietal in Chile and its subsequent spread to specific wine [...]

marzo 2016

Changing styles of Sauvignon Blanc: is it all about fashion?

2016-11-28T15:24:39+02:00marzo 15th, 2016|Articulos de prensa, Sauvignon Commitee|

(Texto original en inglès) There is no doubt that the flavour of Sauvignon Blanc has evolved significantly over the past few years. David Cobbold looks into how and why the change has come about. I tasted my first Sauvignon Blanc from New Zealand when my colleague James Lawther MW brought bottles back to Paris from [...]

junio 2015

South Africa: Sauvignon blanc, an essential component of the varietal range

2016-11-28T15:34:04+02:00junio 17th, 2015|Articulos de prensa, Sauvignon Commitee|

(Original text in english) According to Tim James in his excellent book Wines of the New South Africa – Tradition and Revolution (University of California Press: 2013), it is unclear when Sauvignon Blanc was introduced to the Cape, but it was certainly planted at Groot Constantia in the late 1880s and reportedly performed well there. [...]