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“A fantastic example of this crisp, peapod and grass nuanced Sauvignon from Sancerre in France with racy acidity and purity of fruit.”
Jean-Paul Seguin Sancerre
Classic aromas of grapefruit and gooseberry with an undertone of ripe lime and smoky flint.
The palate is supremely fresh and cuts clean with classy citrus fruits, quince and hard white peach. Depth, purity of fruit, and mouth-watering acidity single this out as an outstanding example of a white wine from this renowned French wine region.
New World Style ...
This new world style Jean-Paul Seguin Sancerre is a cuvée made from the famous Sancerre Terroirs. The grapes within this fresh gooseberry tasting wine are grown on the hilly slopes of Sancerre. Composing of three terroirs; Caillottes, Terres Blanches and Silex. A cocktail of flint, clay and stone.
Ageing Excellence ...
During the first stages of the wine making process, the grapes are swiftly migrated to the winery to minimize skin contact before gentle pressing into a pneumatic press. The fresh juices are traditionally fermented in stainless steel tanks for ten to fifteen days. As for ageing, the fine Jean-Paul Seguin Sancerre is left for a minimum of six months. Before being blended and bottled in the spring.
- Allergy: Contains sulphites
- Aroma: Gooseberries and grapefruit
- Colour: White
- Food Matching: Grilled trout, bass or fresh goats' cheese
- Residual Sugar: 0.7g/l
- Serving Advice: 8-10 degrees C
- Taste: Sancerre is characterised by a very intense and floral nose
- Units Per Bottle: 9.4
- Units Per Serving: 1.6