Sancerre "Caillotes" François Cotat White Sancerre Loire Valley 2008

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ncredibly fresh and dry; this bountiful rose glimmers like a precious ruby in the glass and its rich, ripe flavors ar...

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Englewood Wine Merchants
Englewood, NJ (230 mi)
USD 62.00
750ml
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A Sauvignon Blanc wine from Loire Valley in France. 2008 Cotat, Domaine Francois Sancerre Les Monts Damnes 750ml Read more

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Source: JJ Buckley Fine Wines
05/28/2010

A Sauvignon Blanc wine from Loire Valley in France. 2008 Cotat, Domaine Francois Sancerre Les Monts Damnes 750ml


Winemaker's Notes:

ncredibly fresh and dry; this bountiful rose glimmers like a precious ruby in the glass and its rich, ripe flavors are both generous and precise. Rose petals and red berries blend in its abundant perfumes. The mouth is a mineral bomb, with great definition and zest; notes of raspberries and ginger combine with currants and chalk dust, the signature of the region’s chalky Kimmeridgian soils. A vibrant finish reminds of Chablis energy and pepper. Pinot Noir with a scant amount of Gamay from vines planted before 1934 (appellation rules allow the addition only for the oldest vines).

ncredibly fresh and dry; this bountiful rose glimmers like a precious ruby in the glass and its rich, ripe flavors are both generous and precise. Rose petals and red berries blend in its abundant perfumes. The mouth is a mineral bomb, with great definition and zest; notes of raspberries and ginger combine with currants and chalk dust, the signature of the region’s chalky Kimmeridgian soils. A vibrant finish reminds of Chablis energy and pepper. Pinot Noir with a scant amount of Gamay from vines planted before 1934 (appellation rules allow the addition only for the oldest vines).

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