Tangy Pinot Noir rose from a cool region best known for its Sauvignon Blancs.
The Raimbauderie domain has records of vines planted back 400 years but the ones planted for this racy Sancerre rose were planted in 1996. Instantly you get Sancerre on the nose. Not just Pinot Noir, but Pinot Noir planted in the limestone rich soils of Sancerre. Flint, tart red fruit, lemon rind and at the end something elegantly floral to round it all out. Zippy with mouth-watering acid and an absolutely sophisticated finish. Grill up some fish, ice a couple of these down and soak it all in.