2008 Francois Cotat, "Les Monts Damnes" Chavignol, Sancerre


Press and Tasting Notes

Lots of flint with lemon/lime and herbs on the nose. Well-balanced with nuts, fresh flowers and black pepper on the palate; finishing long with more flint and hints of chalk dust.



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