Sol Negru Sauvignon Blanc has powerful aromas of currant, both black and red, fresh berries, and petrichor, complemented by spicy notes of dried herbs and exotic fruits. On the palate, it has fresh, bright flavours of spice from the apricot seeds and paper. The taste further develops into a citrusy freshness with expressive grapefruit. Along the edges of the tongue, the taste develops into subtle notes of lime, lychee, then winds up in refreshing notes of cherry.
The Republic of Moldova is an emerging wine region taking over the world with their remarkably fresh style of wines.
The Asconi Winery, for example, makers of the Sol Negru Sauvignon Blac, is family-owned, founded in 1994. In the course of only 10 years, they had planted over 500 hectares, with all the vineyards located in the Geamana Village. They currently produce over 3 million bottles per year, with an ambitious target growth of up to 6 million in the next 2 years. Asconi Winery wines are crafted with French varietals. Examples are Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, and Muscat. Other varietals include Riesling, Malbec, and Pinot Noir.
Sol Negru Sauvignon Blanc food pairing
Sol Negru Sauvignon Blanc can be paired with fresh oysters, semi hard cheeses, and seafood.