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Sauvignon Blanc

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  • Chateau De Fontaine-Audon Sancerre 2013

    Chateau De Fontaine-Audon Sancerre 2013

    Fontaine Audon Sancerre 2013 is a lovely mineral driven dry white wine with intense fruit, richness and a beautiful overall balance. It has aromas of tropical and citrus fruits.
    $40.00
  • Chateau de Quincay Sauvignon Blanc 2015

    Chateau de Quincay Sauvignon Blanc 2015

    This crisp, floral and refreshing dry wine shows lots of citrus fruit aromas and flavours balanced by lively acidity. It features notes of melon, lime and grapefruit.
    $26.00
  • Domaine du Salvard 'Unique' Sauvignon Blanc 2015

    Domaine du Salvard 'Unique' Sauvignon Blanc 2015

    An impressive combination of silky fruit and finishing grip. Raised for nine months on lees, its attack is bright-eyed and racy with focused citrus and currant flavours, texture and a bright, persistent close.
    $24.00
  • Domaine La Gemiere Sancerre 2015

    Domaine La Gemiere Sancerre 2015

    Fragrant with a playful and full flavoured palate and a nice finish with natural acidity. Well structured; a delicious dry white.
    $35.00
  • Domaine Thomas Le Pierrier Sancerre 2015

    Domaine Thomas Le Pierrier Sancerre 2015

    ''Generous amount of minerality, light bodied, very crisp, citrus notes, slight tanginess and dry.''
    $41.00
  • Domaine Vincent Delaporte Sancerrre Sauvignon Blanc 2015

    Domaine Vincent Delaporte Sancerrre Sauvignon Blanc 2015

    The entry is soft and round. Bright freshness on the palate, delicate and lively purity. Well balanced and harmonious, it ends with a clean lingering finish.
    $40.00
  • Gerard Boulay Sancerre Tradition 2015

    Gerard Boulay Sancerre Tradition 2015

    Just like any other well known region in France, Sancerre has its own vineyard hierarchy (officially endorsed or not) and there's no doubt Sancerre's greatest sites, barring an exception or two, are concentrated around the hamlet of Chavignol. It's also no fluke that the top wines from this village draw comparison, not with other Sancerre, but with the finest wines of Burgundy. In the world of Sancerre, Chavignol plays by a different set of rules. #Chavignolrules
    When it comes to Sancerre, Boulay's Chavignol Tradition throws you straight in at the deep end. From the first nose and sip, you know that this is not your typical Sancerre, but something far more hedonistic and serious. Sourced from mature vines rooted entirely within the confines of Chavignol, the wine is fermented naturally and spends 8 months in tank, on lees, (a small percentage is matured in large oak adding texture) before bottling with only the gentlest filtration. The '13 is certainly one of the best 'Tr

    $52.00
  • Henri Bourgeois La Vigne Blanche Sancerre 2015

    Henri Bourgeois La Vigne Blanche Sancerre 2015

    Aromas of elderflower and ivy as well as a hint of kiwi fruit. Crispy, minerality, a lovely length with racey acidity on the finish.
    $45.00
  • Langlois-Chateau Sancerre Sauvignon Blanc 2015

    Langlois-Chateau Sancerre Sauvignon Blanc 2015

    Pale-straw colour. Very expressive nose, with ripe fruit aromas. On the palate, there is very good balance and freshness. Elegant and expressive with nice concentration.
    $34.00
  • Serge Dagueneau Pouilly Fumé Tradtion Sauvignon Blanc 2013

    Serge Dagueneau Pouilly Fumé Tradtion Sauvignon Blanc 2013

    ''Expressive and powerful, yet elegant and persistent. Floral & citrus aromas, whereas the fascinating foundation is built up by crushed limestone rocks. Beautifully balanced.'' 92 Points, Stephen Rheinhardt
    $46.00