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Sancerre, in France's Loire Valley, is most known for their white wine, but also is home to a fine red.
The white is 100% Sauvignon Blanc. The Sancerre style of Sauvignon Blanc is very dry, with flavors of citrus and mineral.
The red is 100% Pinot Noir, and is generally lighter in weight and slightly fruitier than Pinot Noir from Burgundy.
A wine of style marked by richness,
elegance and smoothness. This wine is
powerful and presents a perfect balance.
Pale and vibrant in color. The 2013 Pascal Jolivet Sancerre is fresh, clean and screaming with racy acidity. On the palate it is ... more
Nuanced. . . no- seriously. This is a great balanced bottle of Sancerre. Classic and good with a intFrom 40-year-old vines planted on a limestone-based vineyard, aged in wooden fut, the rest in vat. This displays a silkier texture than the Flores, a more
Manually worked, hand harvested and practicing organic. Flavors of flowers and citrus and apricot arManually worked, hand harvested and practicing organic. Flavors of flowers and citrus and apricot aromas, followed by white pepper. Great density and more
Brilliant small producer Sancerre Red. This pinot Noir is bright, with light red fruit flavors and a slightly metallic minerality. Crisp, clean and excellent.... more