Pannonhalmi Apatsagi Pinceszet Sauvignon Blanc 2007
The aromatics of Sauvignon Blanc are dominated by hay, gooseberry, and green apple. In its initial tasting the freshness of the green apple returns, emphasized by the sourness of the gooseberry which receives a sweet tinge from the taste of the elder flower on the finish. It goes well with asparagus or other vegetable dishes or simply as an appetizer.
At the time of building their church and monastery on the Sacred Hill of Pannonia in 996, the Benedictine monks also revived the viticulture of the region developed by the Romans. Due to the timely and carefully applied technology in their winery, they have managed to ferment a typical, tasty and crispy white wine from the world-wide known grape variety Sauvignon Blanc that, at the same time, represents authentically the natural conditions of Pannonhalma. This light, summer white wine can be refreshing on hot summer days