Château de Chasseloir Muscadet de Sèvre et Maine Sur Lie is aged on its lees until the spring following the vintage, giving a rich yet delicate wine, with citrus, steely flavours and complex hints of biscuit. Perfect with oysters! The wines from this 15th century château regularly score up to 95 points with the Wine Spectator.
With a pretty pale pink hue, this easy-drinking sparkling rosé offers attractive aromas of summer red berries complemented by subtle hints of vanilla. The off-dry palate is beautifully rounded and fruity, with a soft, refreshing finish.
An outstanding expression of Muscadet showing great aromatic purity, with richness and length on the palate. The intense golden colour leads to exotic fruit aromas and notes of ripe, juicy pear. Beautifully balanced with aromatic freshness through to the deliciously persistent finish.
Complex aromas of exotic fruits, mango and passion fruit combine with citrus zest and a hint of smoke. A beautifully structured Sancerre, with a dense, fleshy palate and refreshing flavours of exotic fruits and citrus zest echoing the nose, enveloped by distinctive mineral overtones. Long and aromatic on the finish.
Characteristic flinty nose and palate opening out to show floral and dried fruit scents with notes of kiwi, melon and rhubarb. Good weight, full bodied with balanced acidity through to a dry and citrus zesty finish.
Domaine de la Villaudiere Sancerre Rosé, from Jean Marie Reverdy, is the benchmark in pure, crystalline salmon-pink Sancerre rosé. It shows fresh strawberry, raspberry, redcurrant and mineral aromas, with a bracing, complex palate. Loads of intensity with a fine finish!
Domaine Gerard Millet Sancerre comes from 17 hectares of hillside Sauvignon vines, producing a wine that is the epitome of Sancerrois elegance, with a delicate mineral scented nose, and beautifully rich yet subtle flavours. Gerard Millet's family has been making wine for over 5 generations.