Domaine Gueneau Sancerre La Guiberte Domaine Gueneau Sancerre La Guiberte has been produced by father and daughter, Alain Gueneau and Elisa Dominique, with the estate located around the commune of Sury-en-Vaux. In Stock 54
Domaine Gueneau Sancerre La Guiberte
Alain Gueneau - Appellation Sancerre Controlee
Wine Review for the Dom. Gueneau Sancerre La Guiberte ...
- France | Loire
- Sancerre - Sury En Vaux
- 100% Sauvignon Blanc
- Continental Climate
- The Loire River
- Terres Blanches - Caillottes
Description for the La Guiberte Sancerre ...
Sancerre is part of the Central Vineyards of the Loire and consists of 14 communes on the west bank of the river Loire, with the grapes for the Sancerre La Guiberte, sourced from steep slopes around the villages of Sury-en-Vaux, Chavignol and Sancerre. The vineyards cover two of the three soil types, with 80% planted on Terres Blanches, clay soil and 20% on Caillottes, stony soils also known as Griottes. The vines average in age of about 25 years on 11 hectares of vineyards and are mechanical harvested with the gently pressed juices allowed to rest on the Lees, before bottling at the Estate.
Tasting Note from Fairley's Wines | 2015 ...
The La Guiberte Sancerre appears pale yellow with green hues, elder blossom with subtle herbaceous aromas and flint with fresh citrus fruit. The palate is steely and elegant with lemon and grapefruit, mingled with light acidity and lime, somewhat grassy finishing full and dry with notes of pear. Do not over chill and allow to-open in the glass, consume young 1-3 years and would be best served with shellfish or poultry, even on its own.
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