From the lofty Piton, or hilltop, of Sancerre, ancient soils of limestone and silex cascade toward the western bank of Loire River. This distinct soil, perched on a base of Kimmeridgian marl, is why Sauvignon Blanc from Sancerre has found its way onto the world's top restaurant wine lists. This is a wine with an aristocratic heritage and a welcoming character.
A delicate perfume of white flowers with hints of citrus and flint give way to a silken texture and grapefruit-laced finish. Balanced and crisp, this is a wine destined for the finest tables, but happiest among a humble goat cheese topped salad.