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How often do you see Sancerre offers under $20 that are this good? Almost never, which makes us excited to kick off the new vintage of the 2015 Hubert Brochard Sancerre Les Collines Blanches. Never have we tasted such a perfect balance of subtle fruit, bright minerality and crisp, refreshing acidity.
"Hubert Brochard is an innovative wine producer from the Sancerre region of the Loire Valley in France. His family has been making wine there since the 16th century and has developed a deep understanding of the land and terroir. The grapes for this Sancerre are located around the villages of Saint Gemme, Menetreol, Amigny, Chavignol and Sancerre. The vines are, on average, 30 years old. The soil is 40% limestone, 40% flint, and 20% clay and the orientation is South, south-east. In early October, they produce approximately 50 to 60 hectolitres per hectares. The vinification is done in temperature-controlled stainless steel vats.
Tasting Notes:Crisp and flinty with bright fruit characteristics. Fresh apple and zesty grapefruit tones are balanced by hints of honey on the long finish. The clean, bright acidity of this wine makes it very refreshing." - Winery