Isabelle Garrault Les Grands Monts Sancerre 2015
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Wine Spectator 91
"Alluring, with touches of brioche and wax along the edges of the peach, gooseberry and lemon curd core. Show good ripeness and length. Drink now through 2018. 1,200 cases imported.—J.M."

The Wine
•Isabelle Garrault is the 10th generation of her family to grow grapes in Sancerre.
•Based in the village of Verdigny
•40 year old vines on average
•Grown on terre blanches and caillotes
•Fermented and aged in tank
•A pure-fruited, elegantly racy and electric Sancerre

The Estate
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This is a white wine
Item ID: #24813
Size: 750mL (wine)
Closure: Cork

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Wine Spectator 91
"Alluring, with touches of brioche and wax along the edges of the peach, gooseberry and lemon curd core. Show good ripeness and length. Drink now through 2018. 1,200 cases imported.—J.M."

The Wine
•Isabelle Garrault is the 10th generation of her family to grow grapes in Sancerre.
•Based in the village of Verdigny
•40 year old vines on average
•Grown on terre blanches and caillotes
•Fermented and aged in tank
•A pure-fruited, elegantly racy and electric Sancerre

The Estate
The Garrault family has been growing grapes in Sancerre for over 10 generations. Based in the village of Verdigny, their vineyards are located on truly privileged terroir. The parcels are all found on high altitude sites (200m – 400m) and on steep slopes that allow the grapes to soak up the shy Loire Valley Sun. The soils found here are the classic Terres Blanches and Caillotes that bestow laser intense minerality into the wines. The grapes are all hand-harvested and vinified in stainless tanks to preserve the full freshness and zippiness of the wines. Great Sancerre is getting harder to find, and it is families like the Garraults that continue to shun the influx of industry into Sancerre. They simply continue to make wine in the traditional way that reminds us why we fell in love with this hilly region to begin with.

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The Garrault family has been growing grapes in Sancerre for over 10 generations. Based in the village of Verdigny, their vineyards are located on truly privileged terroir. The parcels are all found on high altitude sites (200m – 400m) and on steep slopes that allow the grapes to soak up the shy Loire Valley Sun. The soils found here are the classic Terres Blanches and Caillotes that bestow laser intense minerality into the wines. The grapes are all hand-harvested and vinified in stainless tanks to preserve the full freshness and zippiness of the wines. Great Sancerre is getting harder to find, and it is families like the Garraults that continue to shun the influx of industry into Sancerre. They simply continue to make wine in the traditional way that reminds us why we fell in love with this hilly region to begin with.

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