DOMAINE SAUTEREAU "Sancerre" - Sauvignon Blanc - Loire Valley, France

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Product SKU
LO03
Vintage: 2020

DOMAINE SAUTEREAU "Sancerre" - Sauvignon Blanc - Loire Valley, FRANCE

Color: Pale gold color
Nose: Intense aromatic and fresh nose. Delicate aromas of citrus such as grapefruit and exotic fruits such as mango.
Mouth: At first sensation of volume followed by a beautiful and fine minerality. Straight and persistent finish with a note of freshness and tonicity.


Vintage in image may vary. Refer to wine facts below for current vintage.

$47.00
Country FRANCE Region Loire Valley Grape Varietal Sauvignon Blanc

Product Description

Description

Very fruity nose of citrus fruits (grapefuit, lemon) and stone fruits (white peach). Some delicate white flowers and mineral notes give finesse. At first, in the mouth, the wine is ample but it is then followed by a beautiful and refreshing acidity. Long delicate and salty finish. A pure and elegant wine. Vintage in image may vary. Refer to wine facts for current vintage.

How to pair it

  • Seafood Delicious with white fish, seafood
  • Cheese Goat Cheese

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Wine Facts

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Product Type White Wine
Grape Varietal Sauvignon Blanc
Vintage 2020
Region Loire Valley
Country FRANCE
Winemakers David SAUTEREAU
Producer David SAUTEREAU
Average age of vines 23 years
Production method 70,000
Harvest method The harvest is destemmed before the grapes are pneumatically pressed.
Fermentation & maceration The harvest is destemmed before the grapes are pneumatically pressed. The must is allowed to settle then the alcoholic fermentation begins in stainless steel vats. The fermentation temperature is controlled between 17°C to 21°C to obtain a more fruity wine. We leave our wine on the lees until January-February to get a rounder wine. Then we rack the wine, filter, and bottle it almost 6 months after the harvest.
Aging 12 months in stainless vats
Mouth Attribute Dry, Fresh
Nose Attribute Citrus, Tropical Fruit
SKU LO03

Vineyard Info

Situated in the village of Crézancy en Sancerre, 7km from Sancerre, Domaine Sautereau has been producing Sancerre wines for 10 generations. The surface of the vineyard is 18 hectares and the vines are located on 3 villages: Crezancy en Sancerre, Sancerre and Bue. This allows to enjoy the specificities of different terroirs. Typically, the soil is clayey and siliceous. Winemaker David Sautereau uses a blend of old practises and modern techniques to show the terroir characteristics of Sancerre at their best.

The Hills of Valdobbiadene, from 200 meters (600ft) to 400 meters

The Hills of Valdobbiadene, from 200 meters (600ft) to 400 meters

Description

Very fruity nose of citrus fruits (grapefuit, lemon) and stone fruits (white peach). Some delicate white flowers and mineral notes give finesse. At first, in the mouth, the wine is ample but it is then followed by a beautiful and refreshing acidity. Long delicate and salty finish. A pure and elegant wine. Vintage in image may vary. Refer to wine facts for current vintage.

How to pair it

  • Seafood Delicious with white fish, seafood
  • Cheese Goat Cheese

Awards

More Information
Product Type White Wine
Grape Varietal Sauvignon Blanc
Vintage 2020
Region Loire Valley
Country FRANCE
Winemakers David SAUTEREAU
Producer David SAUTEREAU
Average age of vines 23 years
Production method 70,000
Harvest method The harvest is destemmed before the grapes are pneumatically pressed.
Fermentation & maceration The harvest is destemmed before the grapes are pneumatically pressed. The must is allowed to settle then the alcoholic fermentation begins in stainless steel vats. The fermentation temperature is controlled between 17°C to 21°C to obtain a more fruity wine. We leave our wine on the lees until January-February to get a rounder wine. Then we rack the wine, filter, and bottle it almost 6 months after the harvest.
Aging 12 months in stainless vats
Mouth Attribute Dry, Fresh
Nose Attribute Citrus, Tropical Fruit
SKU LO03

Situated in the village of Crézancy en Sancerre, 7km from Sancerre, Domaine Sautereau has been producing Sancerre wines for 10 generations. The surface of the vineyard is 18 hectares and the vines are located on 3 villages: Crezancy en Sancerre, Sancerre and Bue. This allows to enjoy the specificities of different terroirs. Typically, the soil is clayey and siliceous. Winemaker David Sautereau uses a blend of old practises and modern techniques to show the terroir characteristics of Sancerre at their best.

The Hills of Valdobbiadene, from 200 meters (600ft) to 400 meters

The Hills of Valdobbiadene, from 200 meters (600ft) to 400 meters