Sancerre Chavignol


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  • Abouriou

    Abouriou is a black-skinned red wine grape grown mainly in South West France. It is primarily found as a blending com...

  • Carmenère

    History of the grape: Carmenère was once widely planted in Bordeaux’s Medoc for its deep color and unique gaminess. I...

  • Pinot Noir

    “With so voluptuous a perfume, so sweet an edge, they make the blood run hot,” Joel Fleischman, wine columnist at Van...

  • Sauvignon Blanc

    Sauvignon Blanc is widely grown in California -- at over 15,000 acres, it’s now the third most planted variety -- and...

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Sancerre Chavignol on Snooth

  • Montes Carmenere Purple Angel 2010

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    A very good wine from Chile. The nose is so consistent and consetrated. Aromas of peppers, tomato leaves, plums, berries and light herbs.The palate is following the nose with an amazing balance of the veggie and the fruity parts. Round and plenty tannins with a medium + acidity.Long veggie finish a bit harsh. It needs some time but still is a go... Read More

    Wine review by Dionysus follower


  • Paul Thomas Sancerre Chavignol les Comtesses 2010

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    Nose of honeyed melon, grass, figs and herbs. It's fresh and medium bodied with abundant fruit and nice texture. Dry acid profile. Really nice. Lingers well.9/24/11 Read More

    Wine review by VegasOenophile


  • Montes Carmenere Purple Angel 2010

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    Great alternative to new Zealand sauvignon blancs Read More

    Wine review by jonnyb1


  • Gerard Boulay Sancerre Chavignol Rosé 2010

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    Definitely good, but without the depth of a lot of Sancerre. Very tart, nice minerality, and an overall solid structure. Great apero wine, but it reminded me more of a Muscadet than anything else. Read More

    Wine review by ceesem


  • After reading some of your comments here ( http://www.snooth.com/talk/topic/wines-to-know/ ) about the smaller production wines you are drinking/enjoying I got excited to go check out what some of them are up to. Also, I think they should get some exposure here on Snooth and would love to track them down.Anyone have recommendations? Great winema... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Small Batch Winemakers of Note


  • Thinking about have a wine and cheese party with some friends while watching the French Open. Any wine suggestions? I live in The South so right now the weather is very hot and very humid, so wines that serve well chilled would be appreciated. Also, any wine cheese combos you guys know of that are tasty (I'm not the best at combining the two). T... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Wine, Cheese, and the French...


  • Inspired by John of Loxton Cellars, who posted his ten top wines of all time if money was no object recently, I am putting together by own list of top wine and foods pairings that I've experienced. Lately. Except, I'm going the Hi-Fidelity route, i.e., half-assing it and choosing my top five experiences. It's tough trying to pick amongst your ba... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Top Food and Wine Pairings


  • Inspired by John of Loxton Cellars, who posted his ten top wines of all time if money was no object recently, I am putting together by own list of top wine and foods pairings that I've experienced. Lately. Except, I'm going the Hi-Fidelity route, i.e., half-assing it and choosing my top five experiences. It's tough trying to pick amongst your ba... Read More

    From the article Top Food and Wine Pairings


  • The dear Crottin de Chavignol, which first saw the light of day in the 16th century, was named "animal poop" or "dung" in honor of its similarity in size and shape to French horsey droppings.That is how you know it's good. Because, unlike the American dish, "shit on a shingle" that is fortunately served in even rarer instances than its distant c... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Crottin de Chavignol Cheese &...


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