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Sancerre "Clos de Beaujeu", Gerard Boulay - 2017

Item # 30439 750mL
$54.96/ Single Bottle
$659.52 $593.57/ Case of 12
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Tasting Notes

The Clos de Beaujeu site has existed since the 1400s at which time it was planted with red grapes. The vines are in Chavignol and you will appreciate the richness of this site alongside vibrant minerals that come from the Kimmeridgian soils. A full-bodied rich Sancerre that's a great foil for rich meals - anything in a butter sauce works well but the combinations are endless.


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