Two Sauvignons (and not just Blanc) from Bordeaux & Chile


Château Haut-Mouleyre Bordeaux Sauvignon 2015, France (~£10 H T White)
It’s mostly Sauvignon Gris here, which could explain why alongside the more conventional gooseberry, lime and grapefruit flavours there’s more exotic characters such as juniper and aromatic bark, and a weighty but still lively finish. S-

Miguel Torres Las Mulas Sauvignon Blanc Reserva 2015, Valle Central, Chile (£9.39 Waitrose)
For those who prefer their Sauvignon not to be loud and shouty, this is decent honest wine, with smoky grapefruit and lime pith flavours and a light stony character. B

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