A rich, gooseberry leaf style of Sancerre. Pale yellow-green colour, bright and clear, distinctive blackcurrant leaf and tomato stalk aromas. Firmly structured and richly aromatic, flavours of grapefruit, gooseberry and lime with a little minerality, generous and fruity in character and with elegant acidity.
Morin’s Sancerre is typical of the village of Bué: firmly structured and richly aromatic, it is generous and fruity in character, with a fine tangy blackcurrant leaf character. Pierre’s recommended food match is not a Chavignol goat’s cheese (he doesn’t like cheese) but an andouillette cooked in the vineyard on vine prunings. Ideally for breakfast.