The wine region of Sancerre is situated 200 km South of Paris, undulating at an altitude between 200 and 400 metres. The Loire on the Eastern side of the hilly environment creates a relatively temperate microclimate for the wines.
Sauvage Pinot Noir is issued from a parcellar selection of Pinot Noir old vines planted in Bué in 1952. The most beautiful plots are located in this area. The vine grows perfectly well on this very mineral clay-limestone soil.
|Tasting Notes||:||Sauvage Pinot Noir is the expression of fruit along with spicy touch, typical of Sancerre area. The mouth is full, concentrated, ends with finesse and great elegance.|
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