The Thirot-Fournier family farms 10 hectares split between Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot on the clay-limestone slopes of the Sancerre village of Bué. Christian Thirot-Fournier, along with his wife and daughter, tend roughly 10 hectares of vines.
This is a Sancerre Rose Pinot Noir from both gradually sloping and amphitheater vineyards in Sancerre village of Bué. It’s a classic, minerally expression with flinty, floral notes on the nose and a zesty, fruity palate. This one delivers in a big, big way.
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