One of the finest Sancerre's of the vintage is Gerard Boulay's 2019 "Chavignol" Sancerre.
Perched on the northern tip of Sancerre are the white limestone slopes of Chavignol, the finest Sauvignon Blanc growing region in the world.
Often compared to the Grand Cru vineyards of Burgundy for its limestone-based soil, Chavignol is a field of chalky-white stone that produces refined and immensely complex whites.
With uncanny freshness and bright citrus minerality, Boulay's Sancerre displays classic gooseberry and lime zest aromas which mingle with notes of minty herb, stone, almond, and white flowers. It has a solid core of grapefruit, mandarin orange, lime, and wildflowers. It is one of the best Sancerres being made today!
Irresistible now, a mineral-infused core will allow you to enjoy it over the next 5 years!
Arugula salad, roasted peppers, goat cheese, and a glass of the 2019 Boulay Sancerre may very well be the meal around!