Rarer than its white counterpart, Sancerre Rouge is some of the finest Pinot Noir produced in France.
Deep red in color with a nose of black cherries, blackberries and currant kissed with a touch of praline.. The palate is sweet and slightly spicy with fine tannins and a silky finish.
It's not just Beaujolais that can lay claim to terrific Gamay.
Throughout its 169 years of history, Bouvet has been endorsed by Napoleon III and chosen as official supplier to the House of Lords.