The history of the Sancerre vineyards goes back almost a thousand years, for it was in 11th and 12th centuries that monks in the surrounding districts began to cultivate vines. From the reign of Philippe-Augustus to the reign of Louis XVI, the Kings of France delighted in Sancerre wine.
Superb Sancerre from the vineyards of this 10th century castle in the Loire valley. The winery was established in 1919 by the creator of Grand Marnier, Louis-Alexandre Marnier Lapostelle. Expressive, with aromas of peach, pear and grape. Once the wine has had time to breathe, the aromas take on floral notes of violet and acacia. Starts off soft and round with lovely structure. The finish is long and generous. Enjoy the crispness of white peach, along with rose, violet, citrus and apricot notes.
|Brand||Chateau de Sancerre|
|Unit Of Measure||ea|