If you go giddy for racy green acidity and a tropical fruit burst - you're probably a Sauvignon Blanc lover. And that’s probably the wine that you've always bought. If you are here today looking to buy a refreshing Sauvignon Blanc online, we've got news for you - there are so many fantastic wines out there that deliver all the flavours you love in Sauv. So why not branch out?
Browse below some of our favourite Sauv Blanc alternatives that taste great and arrive at your doorstep in recycled & recyclable packaging! Try out smashing new flavours or just pick your personal favourite! And if you want to keep your wine rack stocked up, you can now buy online Sauvignon Blanc or any other wine by the case. Cheers!
The name says it all really, these wines are 'THE DOGS'! We struggle to keep this beauty in stock, as it's so popular. Mouth wateringly refreshing...View full details
We all need a little 'Funkstille' (Radio Silence) in our life now and again. Expect glasses to be empty before you've finishing pouring this one, G...View full details
From one of our favourite spots in Spain - Navarra. It's Riojas neighbour & makes just as awesome wine. Verdejo is the Sauv Blanc of Spain so i...View full details
When Englishman Philip Cox married Romanian Elvira they set about transforming a slice of grape growing history into state of the art wine making. ...View full details
If you're a fan of a good Sauv Blanc then don't overlook this one just because it's not from France or New Zealand. This is an excellent wine, sup...View full details
We're passionate about exploring the unsung heros of the wine world. The southern part of winemaking Spain is full of these fantastic small produce...View full details
Vermentino grapes, originally from Italy, love the hot, sunny days in the Pays d'Oc of France. Bags of fruit & zippy citrus with what's called ...View full details
Verdejo is Spain's Sauvignon. Fresh, fruity and floral. This blend from one of our favourite parts of Spain uses mostly Verdejo, A hint of Macabeo ...View full details
Don't pay over the odds for Marlborough Sauv Blanc when wines like this exist. The Chileans are masters of replicating the conditions that make our...View full details
You can think of this white Grenache as like Sauv Blanc from outer space - there's some familiar flavours but mostly out of this world. It's fresh,...View full details
Chenin is the signiture white grape of South Africa, however it's roots are back in Northen France. It's super versatile so can be very different i...View full details
As crisp and clean as the Thau Basin Lagoon it grows next door too (google it). If you like lip zapping acidity and your refreshment factor turned ...View full details
If you love Sauvignon Blanc, then Vermentino is your friend. What we all love about Sauv is that it's a medium to light style of white wine (easy d...View full details
Usually a great alternative to Sauvignon Blanc we were surprised by how 'grapey' this Verdicchio tasted. That's right - wine that taste like grape ...View full details
Sémillon was born in Bordeaux but is a firm favourite in South Africa. It adds a richness to Sauv Blanc to create a wine with all our favourite ref...View full details
Ok so the bottle is a bit smaller but that's just because, despite 13% abv, this white is dangerously drinkable! In fact even famed wine critic Ja...View full details
If you know Smashed Grapes you know we often recommend the Spanish grape Verdejo as a great alternative to Sauv Blanc. Well say hello to the Portug...View full details
In a little village nestled in the dramatic rugged hills of the Catalan countryside is Celler de Capçanes. A co-operative born in the early 20th Ce...View full details
What a great way to kick off the first weekend in May…International Sauvignon Blanc Day. Yes, that’s right, a day devoted to drinking one of the world’s favourite white wines.
So what is it that makes Sauvignon so popular and how does it get those insanely punchy smells? We’ll tackle these questions, show you three belting examples you don’t want to miss and reveal a few things you may not know about this heavyweight of the wine world...