Sancerre Rouge, Lauverjat
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Sancerre Rouge, Lauverjat - 2022

Item # 23720 750mL

The Lauverjat family has been growing grapes in Sancerre for generations in the tiny village of Sury-en-Vaux. Husband-and-wife team Christian and Karine have 12 hectares of vines. This red Sancerre was aged for 10 months in older barrels before bottling.

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5 Words: Fresh, Stemmy, Raspberry, Cherry, Earth. 100% Pinot Noir. Lauverjat is very much a family affair in the small villages of Sury-en-Vaux and Sainte-Gemme-en-Sancerrois within the appellation of Sancerre. Karine’s son Kevin now helps her husband Christian in the winery, and their daughter Suzie helps Karine run a gift shop in town. The family not only farms grapes, but wheat, hops, and rapeseed as well. They keep things pretty simple, purchasing grapes from friends in harsh years, farming sustainably without herbicides or pesticides, and making some of the best value driven Sancerre in all 3 colors. This Sancerre Rouge is light bodied and charmingly reserved. It spends 10 months aging in neutral barrels before bottling.

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