Domaine Serge Laloue Sancerre Loire 2013
"This domaine was created in the early 1930's by Francois and Simone Laloue. In addition to grapes, they grew grain and tobacco and raised livestock. In 1960, their son Serge took charge of the small plots of vines and concentrated on viticulture and winemaking. Today the domaine measures 20 hectares spread over all three of Sancerre's terroirs: Terre blanche, Caillotes, and Silex. The domaine is currently being run by Serge's children, Franck, the winemaker since 1990, and Christine." -Importer
External Reviews for Domaine Serge Laloue Sancerre Loire
This wine comes to you from a family estate of 20 hectares located 5km south of the hilltop town of Sancerre. The vineyard exposure and soils are ideal. The Laloues focus is always on superior quality and sustainable agriculture.Intense bouquet with lovely complexity with citrus notes opening up to floral scents and a hint of rhubarb. Full flavoured and classically styled Sancerre with fresh minerality and spice sustained through to the long finish. - Winery
This small domaine is situated in Thauvenay in the Loire Valley in Frane, where they have 15 hectares of Sauvignon Blanc and produce this delicious Sancerre, full of varietal flavours and character. The vineyards are managed under the sustained agriculture method (lutte raisonnée). Grapes: 100% Sauvignon Blanc Region : France / Loire / Sancerre AOC Maker : Franck Laloue Notes: A delicate nose of apricots and gooseberries which are joined by more complex notes of pepper and mint on the palate. This great white wine has a balanced and lingering finish. Serve: At 8-10°C as an aperitif or with hors d'oeuvres, light pasta dishes, poultry and charcuterie. ABV : 13.5% Suitable for Vegetarians
This small domaine is situated in Thauvenay where they have 15 hectares of Sauvignon Blanc and 5.5 hectares of Pinot Noir, of which 1.5 hectares is made into Rosé. The vineyards are managed under the sustained agriculture method (lutte raisonnée). Vintage: 2009 Grapes: 100% Sauvignon Blanc from a 15 hectare vineyard. Vines: Average age 14 years old. Soil: Chalky Winemaking: Careful mechanical harvest followed by selection of the grapes. Cold maceration for 24 hours, then fermentation in temperature controlled vats (16-19°C). Once fermentation is over, the wine is left on its lees for 3-4 months. Co...
This Sancerre Rouge is made from Pinot Noir from two single vineyards planted on two different soil types. One is planted on Silex clay soil and the other on "terre blanche" that is higher in elevation and contains more chalk. - Winery Varietal/Blend: 100% Pinot Noir Aging: 8 months in 50% Stainless tank and 50% demi-muid French oak Alcohol: 12.50%