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2013 Château du Nozay Sancerre


Château du Nozay is a small, 17th century castle located in the village of Saint Gemme, just north of the town of Sancerre. The vines are farmed organically and biodynamically, wine is vinified in a mix of oak and stainless steel, preserving the freshness and vivacity of the old vines and terroir. Exotic fruit and supple acidity dazzle the palate, a perfect aperitif or paired with charcuterie or shellfish.

ABV % = 13



Sancerre is probably the most famous of all regions in France's Loire Valley. Its most special attribute is the calcareous clay, or kimmeridgean soil, which is the same type of soil located in Burgundy's Chablis region. The Loire is most famous for Sauvignon Blanc, and here it is often a beautiful expression of dried grapefruit, caraway, lemon, gooseberry, and cut grass, along with a beautiful minerality which comes through on the finish.

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