I am currently studying for my WSET (Wine & Spirits Education Trust) Level 2 Award which gives me the opportunity to sample a variety of great wines on a weekly basis. Our latest session included wines made from sauvignon blanc and this one made a great impression on me. From the Cherrier family in the hamlet of Chaudoux, close to the village of Verdigny, this is a Sancerre in the classic style.
This dry, medium-bodied wine has plenty of fresh acidity, grassy and citrus notes on the nose with mineral flavour also coming through on the palate. It was great to drink on its own and would also be a great partner to fish dishes and a number of cheeses.
Eain Green – Systems Development Manager
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