Sorry Sauv B, you've been relegated.
Albarino is Spain's flagship grape variety, grown in the rather beautiful and largely unspoilt region of Rias Baixas on the far west coast, just above Portugal.
Albarino is aromatic and the best examples display tropical fruit flavours such as pineapple, so often found in New Zealand Sauvignon Blancs. They also display a lemon-like minerality found in Sauvignon Blancs from the Loire Valley.
It's perfect partners with seafood, particularly oysters, scallops and octopus. We love Seixo's version of this underrated grape variety.
Think all German Riesling is sweet? Think again.
Winter's Riesling is bone dry, refreshing and has racy acidity and aromatics extremely similar to Sauvignon Blanc.
They even pair well with the same foods - the most notable being asparagus, a notoriously difficult food to pair with wine, but which works rather splendidly with both Riesling and Sauvignon Blanc.
Verdejo comes from little-known Rueda in Northern Spain and is made in all shapes and sizes, from light, crisp, mineral examples through to ones that are rich and barrel-aged.
Casa Maria is on the light and refreshing end of the scale, packed full of apple, lemon, almond and mineral flavours, much like Sauvignon Blancs of Chile and Touraine in France's Loire Valley.
Chateau Coujan is a fantastic organic producer in the beautiful Languedoc region of Southern France.
The grape variety Rolle is also known as Vermentino in Italy, and is refreshingly fruity, with notes of pear, lemon and green apples - all classic Sauvignon Blanc flavours.
Never heard of a dry Tokaji? Well, they exist!
Tokaji is a region in Hungary famed for making some of the best dessert wines in the world but its dry wines are gaining more and more recognition.
Dereszla's example is reminiscent of Sancerre or Pouilly-Fumé; crisp, herbal and packed full of green apple flavours. Try with a Sancerre's classic food match; goats cheese.