Pascal Jolivet Sancerre Rouge 2021

Add a little spice to your next candlelit dinner with this precisely crafted Sancerre Rouge
Pinot Noir (Pinot Nero)
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NOTES: Cherry Raspberry Clove Hibiscus Mushroom



ACIDITY: Medium +

TANNIN: Medium -


ORIGIN: Loire Valley (Sancerre, Pouilly-Fume & More), France



  • Pinot Noir (Pinot Nero)

FERMENTATION: Organic, Biodynamic, Natural Steel Only



ASIAN FOOD PAIRING: thai Pandan chicken, mookata, Grilled pork

WESTERN FOOD PAIRING: Pair with hearty salads, charcuterie and a wide variety of cheeses


Pascal Jolivet Sancerre Rouge 2021

Modern and chic. A jewel coloured Pascal Jolivet Sancerre Rouge that reveals delicate aromas of red fruit and spice. Dominant morello and strawberry with hints of citrus and peach emerging on the palate. Sublime fruit flavours balanced by a background of subtle pepper spice and a backbone of juicy acidity. Pure and elegant, this Sancerre is light and accessible & ends with a clean finish.

Add a little spice to your next candlelit dinner with this precisely crafted Pascal Jolivet Sancerre Rouge. From Pascal Jolivet's selected vineyards in the Loire valley, the chalky-clay soils produce concentrated fruits unique to their terroir. With their know-how and natural vinification methods, Pascal Jolivet successfully produces a delightful wine in their recognizable style: balanced, fresh and precise.

100% Pinot Noir created with biodynamic vinification methods. Pascal practices biodynamic winemaking, which in viticultural terms, views the farm as a cohesive, interconnected living system. Such practices extend from the vineyard to the careful handling of the fruit post-harvest in the winery. The grapes are sorted by hand and then de-stemmed. Cold maceration for 10 days, followed by natural fermentation that lasts 12–15 days in thermo-regulated stainless steel tanks. Vinification begins with light must settling followed by juice fermentation with indigenous yeasts; next, maturation on lees is fundamental for the concentration and the complexity of all Jolivet wines. The process is extremely natural and the slow fermentations nourish and sustainably stabilise the wines using very low levels of sulphur.