Domaine Bonnard Sancerre Rouge 2004

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Natalie's Review

Domaine Bonnard Sancerre Rouge 2004, AC, Loire, France: Vintages Wine Panel: When one thinks of Sancerre, one generally thinks sauvignon blanc. Red Sancerres are made in very limited quantities and always with pinot noir. When handled properly, such as this fine example from Domaine Bonnard, the results can be downright beguiling. Classic aromas of cherry, beetroot, underbrush and blackberry dominate. The fruit, crisp acids and fine tannins give this dry Sancerre Rouge dimension. My note: Classically tart and mouth-watering. Medium-bodied with lovely notes of tart raspberries. 65995 12% XD 750 mL  $22.95 Score: 88/100. May 10, 2008  Full Review