Sancerre in the Loire Valley is renowned as one of the finest terroirs in the world for Sauvignon Blanc. The grape probably originated here, where it was first mentioned under the name Sauvignon Fumé or Blanc Fumé in 1783.
Pierre Martin's Sancerre from Chavignol is from old vines grown on stony limestone soils characteristic of the area. Naturally made in small tanks then aged on its fine lees to build complexity.
It's blueprint Sancerre, with bracing acidity and intense Sauvignon Blanc aromatics.