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One of Sancerre’s greatest wines. An incredible effort in arguably the greatest Sancerre vintage since 1947, Dominique’s single parcel ‘La Jouline’ is considered the Grand Cru vineyard of Bue. It’s crafted from 60 year old vines and given an extra year in bottle, adding incredible layers and complexity in the process. Tiny yields followed by partial barrel fermentation creates a wine with complex aromatics, explosive flavors, and a mineral-laced finish that makes it both incredible at the table with rich cuisine or a great candidate for short term aging.
The newly released Crochet Sancerre Rosé is drawn from the high elevations of Janine and Teddy Crochet’s Pinot Noir vines in the village of Bué. The conditions are perfect for crisp, delicious Sancerre Rosé. Salmon-pink in color with a pretty nose featuring aromas of roses and cherry fruits. This is as well balanced as always with terrific fruit flavors of citrus and red berries with racy a high-toned finish.
Etienne Daulny is the latest in a very long line of Daulnys to farm Sauvignon Blanc near the tiny hamlet of Verdigny in the appellation of Sancerre. He is currently in charge of farming over twenty small parcels including some incredibly well respected fifty-year-old vines. This is a classic Sancerre, aromatically dynamic, with intense fruit, distinct minerality and blazing acidity. It’s the white wine we drink most often at home. Beautiful structure and length to this.
This is another absolute gem from Sancerre that comes from the limestone and silex soils that make some of the best expressions of Sauvignon Blanc in the region. This has a wonderful chalky mineral streak that meshes perfectly with a lemon lime zest and stone fruits, with a little flint/steely expression. Philippe Raimbault is a very serious 9th generation winemaker. This one is absolutely worth checking out.