Further info: 100% Sauvignon Blanc
Description: These 'damned mountains' are so named for their steepness and challenge in harvesting (the family invented a system where one slides down the hill on a cushion, picking grapes as you go). The most chalky and chiseled of Francois' Sancerres. An understated, spicy nose of wildflowers and pepper makes way for a salty, citrus-inspired mouth, suggesting candied lemons, poached white fruits and energetic pepper. Always the cornerestone of the cotat canon, this is a classic 'Monts Damnes' and one with a genereous cellar life.
Serve with: White meats and fish.
Alcohol content: 13%
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