Romain Reverdy has made a wonderful Sancerre in 2017. His vines around the village of Verdigny enjoyed an excellent growing season, which ensured good phenolic ripeness whilst retaining Sancerre’s signature nervous acidity. This wine has a pretty floral elegance, creamy texture, and brisk mineral tension.
Located in the small village of Verdigny, the Reverdys have long been making excellent wine. Created by Bernard Reverdy decades ago, the domaine is currently owned and run by his enthusiastic and passionate son Noël and his wife Claudine. Though their 12 hectares were once majority Pinot Noir, following phylloxera Sauvignon Blanc took over making it the majority grape within their vineyards (80%). Besides producing racy Sancerre Blanc, their long expertise with Pinot has given them a well known reputation for making noteworthy rosé as well. Pressed directly from ripe yet crunchy berries, it is just what Sancerre rosé should be - light rose petal pink in colour with a zesty, fruity and fresh palate. A Goedhuis exclusive.
The picturesque town of Sancerre perches atop a hill on the left bank of the Loire with vineyards planted on limestone and clay hillsides. A total of 14 villages and 3 hamlets have the rights to produce Sancerre, and, due to the increasing popularity of the wine, the area under vine trebled in the last quarter of the 20th century. Often considered the classic home of Sauvignon Blanc, good Sancerre is crisp, elegant and aromatic, and among the finest and most complex Sauvignons in the world. Delicate reds and roses are also made from Pinot Noir.