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Sauvignon blanc is a dry wine produced around the world. The wine authority Robert Parker asserts that the very best sauvignon blanc is produced in the Marlborough district of New Zealand. However, it is also produced in France, Germany, Italy and other European countries as well as countries in Africa, North America and South America.

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