Chateau De Sancerre 2011 (12 x 750mL), Loire, France.

Liquor Act 2007: It is against the law to sell or supply alcohol to, or to obtain alcohol on behalf of, a person under the age of 18 years. Liquor licence LIQP770010049
$34.99 per Bottle
$419.88 per case
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Appellation: Sancerre A.C., Loire, France

A fleshy, rich, structured wine with a round attack highlighted by notes of fruit (vineyard peach, citrus zest). Lovely aromatic finish with hints of acacia blossom.

FRA - Loire

Winery Tasting Notes


Yellow gold with golden highlights.


A rather intense, complex bouquet combining floral notes (acacia blossom, vine flowers) with fruity aromas (mandarin orange, white peach). A hint of rhubarb rounds out the medley.


Fresh and full-bodied, the palate opens up to pleasing flavours of orange and grapefruit, enriched with a hint of yellow peach. Lovely length with orange zest on the finish.


28 hectares (69 acres) of the vines are located on the eastern and south eastern slopes of the Sancerre hill overlooking the\ Loire river. The remaining 12 hectares (29 acres) are located to the west of Sancerre in the village of Crézancy en Sancerre.

FRA - Loire
Grape Style
Sauvignon Blanc
Closure Type
Cork closure

Winery Profile

The town of Sancerre has a long and eventful history. As far back as the 10th century AD the Count of Champagne chose this strategic position to build a fortified castle which would command the Loire Valley.

Following the Wars of Religion in 1612 the castle was almost completely destroyed and was not re-built until 1874. In 1919 the castle, along with part of the vineyards, was purchased by Louis Alexandre Marnier-Lapostolle who was instrumental in building the reputation of Sancerre wines.

Still owned by the Societe des Produits Marnier-Lapostolle, it is here that the exclusive estate-bottled Sancerre wine is made and matured. It is the only wine which can be sold under the exclusive name ‘Château de Sancerre’.

View Chateau de Sancerre website


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