Pale yellow in colour with a touch of complexity on the nose brought about by ageing on the lees. The palate is well balanced with surprisingly good weight and concentration followed by a clean, crisp finish.
Pale green/gold. Herbaceous, citrus nose with a hint of apple. Fuller and richer on the palate than the nose would suggest. Almost a tropical fruit flavour with a zingy minerality and freshness. A full, but still elegant, style of Sancerre.
Domaine Bonnard is a family run vineyard in the heart of Sancerre that has been producing wine for over 50 years. This wine is classic Sancerre with enticing grassy notes, zesty citrus fruit and lively acidity.
Dry, refreshing and crisp. Restrained and elegant, it has understated green apple and lime fruit with hints of flint and smoke on the finish. This is textbook Loire Sauvignon Blanc.
Bright pale yellow in colour with lively citrus and herbs on the nose and a touch of exotic stone fruit. The palate is refreshing, with fine acidity supporting excellent lemon intensity. The finish is long and lingering with gentle mineral notes alongside the round fruit flavours.
Awarded 90 points and Highly Recommended status by Decanter (www.decanter.com) in their September 2016 edition review of Sancerre 2015 (see blue link below).
Bright and pale golden. A fresh, citrus palate has herbaceous notes of hay and nettle, and is balanced by crisp acidity and textbook minerality. The finish is elegant with typical purity and refreshment of excellent Sancerre.
Light, lemon-yellow with a fresh, lively perfume of citrus and green apple with hints of sherbet on the nose. On the palate it has great balance with plenty of fresh fruit providing good weight and a zesty acidity giving it a lift. A lively, mineral note gives the finish complexity.
A rather discrete nose, hesitating between ripe fruit and scree. Right and slender mouth, with a ripe matter, impetuous, and a tasty fresh and intense final.