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Domaine de la Villaudiere 2015, Sancerre Rouge

Domaine de la Villaudiere 2015, Sancerre Rouge
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Producer:  Domaine de la Villaudiere
Grape Varieties:  Pinot Noir 100%
Optimum Drinking:  Within 4 years
Wine Style:  Mid weight fruity red
Alcohol by Volume:  13%
Closure:  Natural Cork
Country:  France

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Domaine de la Villaudière 2015, Sancerre Rouge

Tasting Note

Generous aromas of elegant black fruits, lead to a supple palate with a silky texture and fine, maturing tannins on the finish.

Producer Note

Domaine de la Villaudière is owned by Jean-Marie Reverdy together with his son Guillaume. Handed down through several generations, this 15 hectare family estate overlooks the pretty village of Verdigny. The unique location offers stunning views of the famous Sancerre hill and its vineyards. Patience, perseverance and precision are the bywords of all those involved in Domaine de la Villaudière. From the management of the vineyards to the production of the wines, the family continues to build on the work begun by the previous generations, which gives their wines a captivating blend of authenticity and modernity.

Vineyard

The vines are cultivated according to “la lutte rainsonnée”, using sustainable agricultural methods and reducing the amount of chemicals, in order to respect the land and its environment. The Pinot Noir vines are 40 years old and are reaching the pinnacle of their quality potential. Half of the vineyard is made up of a clay-limestone soil locally referred to as "Terres Blanches", which translates as white soils, while the remaining half is a drier, stony limestone soil called "Caillotes", which incorporates small pebbles. The vines undergo de-budding and the leaves are thinned during the summer months.

Winemaking

Following a rigorous sorting process, the grapes underwent a cold maceration in stainless steel which lasted for a few days. During the maceration the cap was deliberately kept submerged, this technique resulted in a light, fruity wine. The grapes were then pressed, followed by a temperature controlled fermentation and then a malolactic fermentation. The wine spent several months’ ageing on the lees in stainless steel tanks, before being stabilised and clarified prior to bottling.

Serving Suggestion

This red Sancerre is a perfect match with poultry, roast pork dishes, game or goat's cheese.

Grape

Pinot Noir 100%


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