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A fruity, mineral and fine wine will be appreciate for the aperitif especially with oysters. Michel Thomas and his son Laurent took over the estate in 1970 from Michel’s father, who started in 1946. This terrific Sancerre reveals lemon citrus fruit with a hint of litchi, honey-suckle flavors that race through the pure, mineral-driven dry & fresh finish.
Lovely aromas of honeysuckle and peach blossom burst from the glass, followed by a hint of lime zest and baking spice. The palate has bright and juicy apricot, white peach, and golden pear fruit, along with candied citrus peel.
Situated in Bué in the Sancerre region of the Loire Valley, the Millet family has been making wine for over five generations. The Domaine is now run by Gérard and Isabelle, along with their son Steve.
Made with 60% Pinot Noir, 30% Gamay, 10% Cabernet Franc. This delicious small-production bottling was produced from vines gron on pink slate in southern Loire Valley. It was harvested by hand during several passes through the vines. Fruity, spicy, and vegetal aromas.
A Loire Valley white wine from the Saumur area that's made entirely from the local Chenin Blanc grape. At the helm of the estate is Fredrik Filliatreau, a 4th generation winemaker who has come out with this latest wine named after his Swedish mum, Lena. Dry, vibrant and delicious.
Sourced from several plots all situated in the lieu-dit of Les Boucauds, this cuvée employs close to 50% of the Sauvignon Blanc planted on the estate. Entirely from terres blanches soils – marls and clays over Kimmeridgian limestone – this wine represents a pure expression of this site as well as the deft winemaking of Stéphane Riffault.
The Domaine de Panquelaine Sancerre is a crisp and delicious expression of Sauvignon Blanc from the Loire Valley. Rich in aromas of citrus and tropical fruits as well as hints of stone, this Sancerre features wonderful intensity and depth. Serve chilled, goes well with fish and poultry.