Sauvignon Gris is a pink-berried mutation of the Sauvignon Blanc grape. It is most commonly found in Chile, but also planted in Uruguay, New Zealand, the United States, and Switzerland. It has low yields, making it less popular among growers. Wines produced from Sauvignon Gris tend to be richer and more voluptuous in texture than Sauvignon Blanc, with ripe fruit flavors of mango and melon as well as citrus notes. The wines are usually dry and tend to have some of the herbaceous notes so typical of the Sauvignon family. It is also often blended with Sauvignon Blanc in New World varietals. It's traditional name is Fié Gris in the Touraine wine region.