Sancerre Rosé, Lucien Crochet
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Sancerre Rosé, Lucien Crochet - 2021

Item # 28787 750mL
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Tasting Notes

With all the breed of the noble Pinot Noir, this rosé combines pure flavors of strawberries and raspberries with a light mineral core, adding just a touch of spice on a lingering, long finish. An elegant cocktail party rosé and meant for small, light seafood snacks and young cheeses.


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Staff Pick Notes

Incredible color and stunning quality, it’s always hard to resist this Rose when it finally hits the shelves, and why would you? Lean and slick on the palate with absolute precision of character, the wine is brimming with strawberry fruit and rich, tangy minerals. The Crochet’s have been in the Sancerre region for over 200 years and they have been making some of the regions most consistent and top wines for nearly 100 of those years. This rose is made entirely from the Pinot Noir grapes grown in the, “Clos du Roy,” area of Sancerre and is a special treat for real rose lovers. Always in limited quantities, get some while you can

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