Cedrick Bardin Sancerre 2020

Classic, quality Sancerre – dry, crisp and fresh.
  • $53.00

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Primary Notes: Gooseberry Peach, Melon Passionfruit Grapefruit / Pomelo

Secondary Notes:

Tertiary Notes:

Body: Full

Dryness: Very Dry

Acidity: High

Tannin: Light

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Origin: Sancerre, Loire Valley, France

Maker: Cedrick Bardin

Grape: Sauvignon Blanc

Fermentation: Natural



Serving Temperature: Best served between 8–10 degrees.

Asian Food Pairing: Ikayaki, grilled fish, Midye Dolma

Western Food Pairing: Oysters and seafood platters, Goat's cheese aperitif.


Cedrick Bardin Sancerre 2020

Cedrick Bardin Sancerre is a typical expression of Sauvignon Blanc from a flinty terroir. Pale yellow colour with green reflections. White flowers, lychee and passion fruit dominate the nose whilst a touch of lime and white pepper creates a beautiful freshness. A frank and chiseled attack on an elegant palate. Full and silky mouthfeel with a light fruit sweetness and fresh zingy acidity. Grapefruit, bitter orange and lime citrus flavours emerge with stoney minerality, a hint of white blossoms and a touch of exotic fruit. Dry and crisp with a lean finish.

100% Sauvignon Blanc. The grapes come from 25-years-old vines grown in the flinty soils. These vines grow in the eastern part of the Sancerre vineyards, in the communes of Saint Satur and Ménétréol sous Sancerre.
Cold settling of the must on lees for 4–5 days before fermentation. Fermentation in thermo-regulated stainless steel vats for 10–15 days at a temperature of 15°C. Battonage is done 1 month after the end of fermentation.
Top Tip: Best drunk within 5 years from vintage.
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