In the middle of the 20th century red wine was predominantly cultivated in Sancerre, which was very popular as a light red Bistro-wine. Today, only a quarter of the area is still planted with Pinot Noir, from which a particularly fine, not very color intensive red wine is produced. The Langlois Chateau Sancerre rouge is not aged in the barrels. It is a soft and fruity Pinot Noir style, which is an ideal partner of bright meat dishes and mild cheeses.
|Drink:||now until 2023+|
|Analysis:||12.0% alc. vol.|
|Wine maturing:||in steeltanks|
|Grape variety:||100% Pinot Noir|
|Wine type:||dry red wine|
Bottled by: Langlois-Chateau - 3 rue Léopold Palustre - Saint Hilaire Saint Florent 49400 Saumur France
Produced in France - contains sulphites