Domaine Chevreau

Les Terres Blanches Sancerre Sauvignon Blanc

9.116 ratings
9.04 pro ratings
Sancerre, Central Vineyards, Loire Valley, France
Sauvignon Blanc
Top Notes For
Boris Mathiszik

Another great Sancerre. Perfect for lunch at Bertrand’s for belated Mother’s Day. Crisp. Fresh. Pairs nicely with seafood.

Another great Sancerre. Perfect for lunch at Bertrand’s for belated Mother’s Day. Crisp. Fresh. Pairs nicely with seafood.

Jun 15th, 2018
Rich Mueller

Nice.

Nice.

Oct 20th, 2019
Sara Nelson-Carlson

Floral nose screams spring flowers.
Lemon curd and honey comb on the palate

Floral nose screams spring flowers.
Lemon curd and honey comb on the palate

Jun 10th, 2019
Dorothy Cruz Pang

Perfectly crisp

Perfectly crisp

Dec 31st, 2017
Jake Linder

Mangos!

Mangos!

Nov 9th, 2017
Susie Bauman

Young wine, pale. Not quite as dry as most Sauvignon blancs. Quite tastey

Young wine, pale. Not quite as dry as most Sauvignon blancs. Quite tastey

Jul 10th, 2017
Sam Fromartz

Delectable got this wine wrong. Here's a description from Weygandt importers: The Chevreau family owns the Chateau de Crezancy domaine, though this project is separate from the Chateau. Nicolas Chevreau has created a cuvée, Terres Blanches, from two parcels—Epsailles and Cote de Reigny (sometimes shown as Derriere Reigny on maps), both very steep slopes. The soil in each is Terres Blanches or marneaux lime/clay. Part of the parcel in Reigny is very old vines (over 60 years). Yields in 2015 were 50 hl/ha (far less than the appellation) and natural ripeness was just under 13%, so the wine is not chaptalized. There is no fining and only one light filtration over white clay. The 2015 is a brilliant combination of ripe, fresh flavors with perfect balancing acidity, salinity and a long finish.

Excellent wine with melon, hint of lemon but balanced by crisp minerality. Really enjoyed this wine.

Delectable got this wine wrong. Here's a description from Weygandt importers: The Chevreau family owns the Chateau de Crezancy domaine, though this project is separate from the Chateau. Nicolas Chevreau has created a cuvée, Terres Blanches, from two parcels—Epsailles and Cote de Reigny (sometimes shown as Derriere Reigny on maps), both very steep slopes. The soil in each is Terres Blanches or marneaux lime/clay. Part of the parcel in Reigny is very old vines (over 60 years). Yields in 2015 were 50 hl/ha (far less than the appellation) and natural ripeness was just under 13%, so the wine is not chaptalized. There is no fining and only one light filtration over white clay. The 2015 is a brilliant combination of ripe, fresh flavors with perfect balancing acidity, salinity and a long finish.

Excellent wine with melon, hint of lemon but balanced by crisp minerality. Really enjoyed this wine.

Dec 19th, 2016
Charles Gibbs

Charles had this 2 years ago

Charles had this 2 years ago

Jul 10th, 2017
Charles Gibbs

Charles had this 2 years ago

Charles had this 2 years ago

Jun 26th, 2017
Scott Embree

Scott had this 2 months ago

Scott had this 2 months ago

Oct 25th, 2019