Pale, tangy, crisp wine from the Western end of the Loire river, rendered more interesting by lees contact: time on the gunk left after fermentation, which gives texture and complexity to this light, quaffable wine style.
Chenin, also called Pinot de la Loire, is the historical grape variety of our hillsides. It was harvested here at maturity, by hand, during the month of October. You will thus discover a beautiful lemony freshness in the mouth, with just enough liveliness to bring out its notes of mandarin, grapefruit and pear
The nose has delicate floral perfumes, coupled with notes of apricot and white peaches. On the palate, fresh citrus fruit flavours and bright acidity lift the wine, making it beautifully balanced and refreshingly moreish.
The nose is very aromatic, a bouquet of white flowers with grapefruit notes. On the palate, this dry wine reveal a great balance as well as a nice and refreshing acidity. The final reveals pear and white peach notes.
A rich wine. Passionfruit and mango tropical fruit flavours mingle with fresh citrus notes and the typical slate and mineral character expected from classic Sancerre. Full, balanced and vivacious, this wine finishes with excellent length.
Bright and pale golden. A fresh, citrus palate has herbaceous notes of hay and nettle. The 2017 has a rich texture thanks to the warm summer but is balanced by crisp acidity and textbook minerality. The finish is elegant with typical purity and refreshment of excellent Sancerre..
The white Sancerre Les Grandmontains� is characterised by delicate aromas of ripe fruit. In the mouth, the balance is remarkable. This wine has a round, velvety and silky structure, which ends with a mentholated freshness. On the palate, the final note is long and elegant.
A lemon-zest-inflected aroma rises from the glass and adds notions of mandarin. The palate keeps this ripe but tart citrus theme alive and presents ripeness and refreshing fruit. These notions continue all the way to the dry finish.
This is a noble wine that offers great substance and a lively roundness that tends toward a slightly sweet opulence, but always underpinned by delightful freshness. It is the balanced intensity that makes it so attractive.
Fruity and lively, This is a classical white Burgundy and a good entry level wine for Burgundy. The colour is golden yellow, with a greenish glint. The aromas are reminiscent of fresh grape and green almond with an elegant texture.
An elegant wine. Brilliant colour, with hints of green. Typical Chablis nose, where aromas of citrus (lemon) fern and salty sensations predominate.The palate is vigorous and lively, a lot of finesse and balance. The wine shows great purity of taste and a pleasant floral style. Chablis is very mineral in character, almost briny.
Light golden colour. Intense nose of flower, brioche and candied lemon aromas, evolving towards nuances of grilled hazelnut and spice as the wine matures. Good texture and finesse on the palate. It has a long finish, where once again floral and gingerbread dominate. A generous and elegant wine.
The wine reveals an appealing freshness. It combines the maturity of the fruit and freshness over an almost salty structure. It shows a shining colour, a nose reminiscent of flower and peach, and a full mouth with a mineral finish.
Light lemon in colour with a lovely grassy, citrus nose showing plenty of zesty Sauvignon Blanc aroma. On the palate, it has great balance with racy acidity that is rounded out by the richer Chardonnay. Creamy but still very lively, with a mineral note on the finish.
Very pale lemon yellow colour. Hints of honey and fresh hay typical of Chenin. Chalky minerality. Backbone of high acidity keeping the wine taut, energetic and fresh, but rounded out with the merest hint of sweetness.
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