Henri Bourgeois White 2016 / 75cl Henri Bourgeois - Sancerre d&

Henri Bourgeois - Sancerre d'Antan

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This wine is full of aromas such as lime, verbena but also delicate mineral nuances (flint). In mouth, fresh touch of grapefruits, almonds, hawthorn and light touch of coconuts. Its minerality gives it a great length. Concentrated, full and fine, equally excellent when young or up to 6 -8 years aging.


Country: France
Region: Loire
Appellation: sancerre
Producer: Henri Bourgeois

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