Sancerre is a French wine Appellation d'origine contrôlée (AOC) for wine produced in the environs of Sancerre in the eastern part of the Loire valley, southeast of Orléans. Almost all of the appellation lies on the left bank of the Loire. It is well regarded for and primarily associated with Sauvignon Blanc. Pinot Noir is also grown accounting for around 20% of the region's production. A rosé style from Pinot Noir is also produced in a style similar to Beaujolais.

Domaine Daulny
Sancerre Domaine Daulny 2014
Sancerre Domaine Daulny, Loire, 2014  100% Sauvignon Blanc unoaked. A stunning example of classic Sauvignon Blanc. Pure, crisp grassy fruit on the nose with hints of blackcurrant leaf. Lean, racy and concentrated on the palate with complex flavours...
J. Pabiot
Sancerre La Merisiere Jean Pabiot 2014
Sancerre La Merisiere Jean Pabiot 2014  100% Sauvignon Blanc.  A classic Sancerre nose of cool winter fruits, grated lime rind, elderflower and a hint of blackcurrant leaf. This Sancerre is tense and uptight yet strangely self-assured and...
Domaine Daulny
Sancerre Rose Domaine Daulny 2014
Sancerre Rosé Domaine Daulny, Loire, 2014  100% Pinot Noir. Minimal skin contact with the wine produces delicate notes of summer fruits with a hint of citrus, leading to a crisp, dry rosé that can be enjoyed anytime.  Great...