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Domaine Laporte Sancerre Rosé Les Grandmontains 2020  - First Bottle

Technical Details

  • BlendPinot Noir
  • WinemakerGuillaume Laporte
  • CountryFrance
  • RegionLoire Valley
  • AppellationSancerre
  • Farming MethodOrgnaic Practices
  • Alcohol14%

Domaine Laporte Sancerre Rosé Les Grandmontains 2020

Pinot Noir  |  France

Orgnaic Practices
Hurry! Only 2 Left!

We sort of wish it was Thanksgiving again -- this would be just killer with that particular meal for sure. Although honestly, it’s terrific all by itself in our glass as we write this! A cool bottle to have around and straight-up delish!

Laporte is based in Chavignol, a small village in Sancerre that takes great pride in its wines. Laporte happens to be just down the road from one of the most highly regarded producers in all of Sancerre, Francois Cotat.

This is like Barry White in a pink tux, smooth and seductive. With a salmon color and crisp aromas of white cherry, red berries, stones and flowers...this is all class. The flavors are bright and fresh, with baritone undertones of red berry and mineral that cut the center and leave you ready for your next glass.

Speaking of that, this is already flying out the door...grab it while it's here!

PAIRING IDEAS: Got a turkey? Go for it! Although, a perfectly roasted chicken would be amazing with this! Cook it with a bunch of mushrooms and thyme and such, and make a light cream sauce with the drippings. Here’s a solid recipe for something along those lines (replace the tarragon with thyme, unless you love it like we do). Perfect with this pinot-based rose!

MUSIC SUGGESTIONS: Dave Grohl covering Van Halen’s “Jump” is a fun one that dropped yesterday. He’s got a whole portfolio of these from the “Hanukkah Sessions”. Google it to find your jam, he’s probably covered it! Or Barry White :)

About the Producer

A small multigenerational family winery has a long history in the Chavignol region of Loire France. The Serge Laporte vineyards are located on several different exposed sites with their rose grapes coming from their younger vines parcel (age of vines are 15 years old). The Pinot Noir does extremely well in the argile-calcaire and clay-limestone soils because it creates wines with great structure that are long-lived. Serge's son, Guillaume, has since taken over his father's position as winemaker and continues to excel and produce fantastic wines.