What many do not know: The Sancerre appellation does not only produce fine white wines from Sauvignon Blanc, but the AOC regulations also allow red and rosé wines made of Pinot Noir. The traditional Burgundy grape feels also at home in the unique Loire terroir - the Sancerre Rosés are racy, aromatic, elegant and balanced.
J. de Villebois has succeeded in creating such a specimen here: The J. de Villebois Sancerre Rosé AOC is a finely composed grape variety blend from various first-class Sancerre terroirs and smells of red berries, flowers and grapefruit, accompanied by fine spicy notes. The backbone is the fine minerality that the wine owes to the classic flint soils of the Loire Valley.
Its gripping temperament in harmony with a light-footed freshness makes this Sancerre Rosé the perfect, stylish pleasure for the warm season. With this wine, the still quite young winery Villebois proves that glamorous French rosé does not necessarily have to come from the south.