Sauvignon Blanc is a beautiful wine that is often misunderstood. It's the "chameleon" of white wines because the same grape variety, grown in different parts of the world, has a totally different taste. It is also sometimes labelled Fumé Blanc (see our video) and, in France, is known by the wine regions where it is produced—Appellation d'origine contrôlée (AOC)—especially Sancerre and Pouilly-Fumé in the Loire Valley. Bordeaux Blanc or White Bordeaux is composed mostly of Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon grapes. Bordeaux Blanc often goes by the name Graves, Pessac-Lognan, or Entre-Deux-Mers, and occupies a small yet longstanding space in Bordeaux's repertoire, comprising about 15% of the annual Bordeaux harvest.