This wine is produced from the sloping hills of the Monts Damnés, with nice notes of citrus fruits and almond. It would go perfectly with the local cheese, crottin de Chavignol. More info
Les Monts Damnés is a steep, south-facing parcel that Pascal Cotat harvests when the Sauvignon is fully ripe. The wine is smoky with notes of white truffle and a nice freshness. When young, it discretely expresses aromas of almond and lemon, opening up after a few years of aging.
Pascal Cotat is one of the Sancerre appellation's top winemakers. He created his doman in Chavignol, a city known for its goat's cheese. He inherited the family domain which is shared with his cousin (François), 2.3 hectares. This small terroir is of top quality, with limestone giving vibrancy and minerality to its Sauvignon grapes. He also owns vines in the Les Monts Damnés and Grande Côte parcels.
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