Light and fresh rosé wine, ideal to have at home for when the sun comes back. It will be the perfect partner for lunch and barbecues! Rosé wines account for less than 5% of the Sancerre production, so not necessarily the most common French rosé but definitely one to try. Don't miss this opportunity to add a couple of bottles to your order to discover it!
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|Light and fresh rosé wine, ideal to have at home for when the sun comes back. It will be the perfect partner for lunch and barbecues! Rosé wines account for less than 5% of the Sancerre production, so not necessarily the most common French rosé but definitely one to try. Don't miss this opportunity to add a couple of bottles to your order to discover it!|
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Domain: Domaine de la Perrière
Region: Loire Valley
Grape: Pinot Noir
Drink from now to 2017
Open and Drink at 10°C
Whenever the sun is out and you feel thirsty! At a picnic or a barbecue, drink it fresh and always have another bottle ready.
Soil: Chalk and limestone
Age of vines: 20 years old
Maturing: Stainless steel vats
Ageing: 3-4 months on fine lees
Grapes used for the elaboration of this high end Sancerre comes from two parcels containing a high proportion of flint, which gives high quality wines with a very mineral aspect. The result is very fresh, concentrated Sauvignon Blanc with subtle and complex citrus and peaches aromas. Absolutely perfect with fish and with goat cheese. We definitely...
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La Petite Perrière is perfect for Sauvignon Blanc amateurs looking for a good entry level bottle. Nice and easy white wine with aromas of citrus and a hint of peach. A great quality Sauvignon from the Loire Valley, for a fraction of the price of a Sancerre or a Pouilly Fumé. Very, very good value. You will always be happy to have a few bottles of this in...
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Typical well made Sancerre with citrus aromas and a light exotic touch. This crisp and fresh white wine presents a long and fruity finish, which is remarkable for a “simple” Sancerre. We would love to see this outstanding quality for all Sancerre bottles you can buy at this price, but we are not there yet. Highly recommended for Sancerre lovers.
Coteaux du Layon are sweet white wines coming from vines planted on the banks of the Layon, a tributary of the Loire river. The Chenin Blanc grape is harvested when affected by noble rot, just as in Sauternes. We love these wines, which present beautiful aromas but less sugar that some other sweet wine appellations. This 2011 shows complex and generous...