Sancerre, a small village in the Loire Valley region of France, is considered the home of Sauvignon Blanc, known for its intense minerality, crisp texture and citrus character.
Riffaults Sancerre wines are slightly atypical, but none the less delicious. Sebastien Riffault began his own label in 2002, the most obvious difference between his wines and the rest of Sancerre is his belief in biodiversity, biodynamic principals and natural winemaking. These principles are rare to find in Sancerre where many vines and wines are made with chemicals and manipulation.
This is concentrated, clean and as pure as Sancerre comes.