Sancerre Rosé shows the elegance and freshness of Pinot Noir thanks to the variety’s soft tannins and thirst-quenching acidity. The wine gains an attractive pale pink color while macerating briefly on the skins during the pressing. Aromas and flavors of red berries, wildflowers, herbs, and minerals are found on the nose and palate.
Sancerre Rosé is a classic pairing with rillettes, the slow-cooked and spreadable meat made from rabbit or pork, and preserved in a confit of fat. Add a quality baguette, fresh fruit, and the famous goat’s milk cheese Crottin de Chavignol to recreate a perfect lunch in the French countryside.