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Joseph Mellot Sancerre Rose is now just £10.97 at Asda Wine Shop.

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Joseph Mellot Sancerre Rose
Case price: £10.97
Per bottle: £10.97
 
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Les Caillotes Sancerre Rose
Case price: £11.00
Per bottle: £11.00
 
Tesco finest* Sancerre Rose
Case price: £66.00
Per bottle: £11.00
 
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Les Champs Clos Sancerre Rouge
Case price: £11.00
Per bottle: £11.00
 
Joseph Mellot Sancerre
Case price: £12.68
Per bottle: £12.68
 
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Tesco finest* Sancerre
Case price: £78.00
Per bottle: £13.00
 
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Independent Wines Direct Tasting - Angela Mount 2015: Angela Mount's Top 10 Sainsbury's Wines 2015
Les Caillottes Sancerre
Case price: £13.00
Per bottle: £13.00
 
Domaine Sautereau Sancerre Rouge
Case price: £166.28
Per bottle: £13.86
 
Domaine Michel Girard Sancerre
Case price: £13.99
Per bottle: £13.99
Voucher price from £10.66
Domaine Michael Girard Sancerre Rose
Case price: £13.99
Per bottle: £13.99
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Domaine Naudet Sancerre
Case price: £13.99
Per bottle: £13.99
 
Domaine Sautereau 'Les Epsailles' Sancerre
Case price: £170.87
Per bottle: £14.24
 
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About Sancerre

This is the most famous part of the Upper Loire, producing mainly distinctive, grassy, gun-flinty dry whites, with a small proportion of fruity dry Rose and some elegant reds.

Sauvignon Blanc Vineyard in Sancerre, Loire

Styles: Whites are crisp, bone dry, pungent and very aromatic, with aromas and flavours of gooseberries, wild herbs, freshly cut grass, and a smokey, minerally edge. Roses are gentle, raspberry- scented and delicately dry, whilst the reds have a delicate, cool climate, soft and silky character, with gentle tannins, and ripe, red berry fruit character.

Grape: Sauvignon Blanc for the white; the rose and red wines are all from Pinot Noir.

Good with: Loire Sauvignon Blanc is absolutely perfect with seafood, gently poached fish, goats cheese dishes, and also fish dishes with a hint of spice. Also great with asparagus. The Roses are relatively delicate, but would work well with prawns, and gentle chicken dishes. Reds are soft, fruity and perfect with roast chicken, game, charcuterie, meaty terrines and gammon.

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