Situated on a hillock on the left bank of the river, Sancerre is one of the famous appellations of the great wines of the Loire. Implanted on slopes sculpted by the river, it is the perfect demonstration of the qualities of terroir and its influence on the grape varieties: notably Sauvignon. Releasing a multitude of aromatic nuances this coupling makes Sancerre an elegant and distinguished wine. The AOC produces dry white wine, red wine and rosé wine. The latter two are made from a single grape variety, Pinot Noir, while the white wines are made from Sauvignon, naturally at home in this region. The appellation undeniably owes its reputation to its dry white wines now synonymous with this white grape variety. A pleasant and thirst-quenching white, with a bouquet and spiciness that expresses a very marked originality. It compensates for its acidity with a touch of sweetness, a touch of softness. The production of red Sancerre is still recent in the vineyard, but it still worth discovering.