Domaine Serge Laloue - Sancerre Rouge 2008 - Loire 75cl Bottle

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Domaine Serge Laloue - Sancerre Rouge 2008
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75cl Bottle
£18.55
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This small Domaine is situated in Thauvenay where they have 15 hectares of Sauvignon Blanc and 5.5 hectares of Pinot Noir, of which 1.5 hectares is made into Rose. The vineyards are managed under the sustained agriculture method (Lutte raisonnee) by Franck with his sister Christine

Viticulture: Lutte raisonnee

Soil: Chalk and silex

Vinification: Traditional methods with long maceration on the skins, tank fermented and both tank and barrel aged and blended for complexity and freshness. No fining

Tasting Note: Intense bouquet with scents of fresh blackcurrant and raspberry and a slight touch of smoke. Fleshy and structured on the palate with fine, elegant tannins and flavours of jammy red fruit and creme brulee.

Every day serving suggestion: white and red meat, pasta, cheese



Category(s):     Red Wine
Group(s):     Loire
Producer: Domaine Serge Laloue   -   www.serge-laloue.fr/en
ABV:   12.5%
Appellation:   Sancerre
Brand:   Domaine Serge Laloue
Country of Origin:   France
Food Match:   Red Meats
Grape Type:   Pinot Noir
Region:   Loire
Vintage:   2008
Winemaker:   Domaine La Rouviole

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A faithful expression of Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir grapes from some of the Sancerre appellation’s most prized terroirs.

The brother and sister team of Franck and Christine continue to perpetuate the work originally undertaken by their father, Serge, in the 1960s.

This is Domaine Serge Laloue

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