Sancerre Blanc "Le Cul de Beaujeu" 2013 - Domaine Hubert Brochard


"Le Cul de Beaujeu" is a famous super-hilly vineyard in Sancerre. Given the steepness, everything is done by hand with a great care, which contributes to the exceptional quality of this wine. The nose is delicate with elegant aromas of white flower, quince and yellow fruit. The palate shows notes of exotic fruit with a hint of citrus, bringing just enough freshness. The finish us unusually long for a Sancerre - and is superb. A highly complex and very original Sauvignon Blanc! Worth every penny.

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"Le Cul de Beaujeu" is a famous super-hilly vineyard in Sancerre. Given the steepness, everything is done by hand with a great care, which contributes to the exceptional quality of this wine. The nose is delicate with elegant aromas of white flower, quince and yellow fruit. The palate shows notes of exotic fruit with a hint of citrus, bringing just enough freshness. The finish us unusually long for a Sancerre - and is superb. A highly complex and very original Sauvignon Blanc! Worth every penny.
 
Wine CharacteristicsWhen & how to drink?
 
Domain: Domaine Hubert Brochard
Vintage: 2013
Appellation: Sancerre
Region: Loire Valley
Type: Dry White wine
 
Grape: Sauvignon Blanc
 
 
Drink from now to 2023
Open 1 hour in advance
Drink at 10-12°C
 
A noble white fish will be the most perfect match!
 
 Technical stuff
  
Soil: Limestone, clay and marl
Age of vines: 30 years old
Exposition: South-East
Harvest: Manual
Maturing: On lees in stainless steel vats
Alcohol: 12.5%
 

 

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Sancerre Blanc "Le Cul de Beaujeu" 2013 - Domaine Hubert Brochard

Sancerre Blanc "Le Cul de Beaujeu" 2013 - Domaine Hubert Brochard

"Le Cul de Beaujeu" is a famous super-hilly vineyard in Sancerre. Given the steepness, everything is done by hand with a great care, which contributes to the exceptional quality of this wine. The nose is delicate with elegant aromas of white flower, quince and yellow fruit. The palate shows notes of exotic fruit with a hint of citrus, bringing just enough freshness. The finish us unusually long for a Sancerre - and is superb. A highly complex and very original Sauvignon Blanc! Worth every penny.