Boulay Sancerre 'Chavignol' 2018

The Boulay family’s history in Chavignol dates back to the 14th century. Their nine hectares of vines are worked manually and have been farmed organically since 1990. Fruit for ‘Chavignol’ ferments spontaneously and is vinified entirely in steel, leading to a thirst-quenching wine full of tart citrus, wet rock, gooseberry, and white flower flavors. Serve with crisp salads or earthy goat cheese for a seriously stellar pairing!
$35750ml
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Sauvignon Blanc

Zippy aromatic vigorous white most readily associated with France (Sancerre; Pouilly-Fumé; Bordeaux Blanc) but truly a world-beater thanks to its citrusy grip and telltale herbaceous aroma.
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Loire Valley, France

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