Pale, clear, salmon pink with some golden tinges. Clean, grass, banana—carbonic maceration is used in Sancerre to produce rosés—tropical fruit, grapefruit, fresh, apple, pear, tangerine. Dry, medium-light body, medium acidity, pear, apple, lemon, strawberry, cherry, soft red fruit and a medium finish. Read more wine reviews on my blog, oe•no•phile.

WHO: Domaine André Neveu
WHAT: Pinot Noir
WHERE: Sancerre, Loire Valley, France
WHEN: 2008
HOW MUCH: $23.99

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