Domaine Vacheron Sancerre (750ml)

  • Country


  • Region

    Loire Valley

  • Sub-Region


  • Size


  • Wine Type

    White Wine

  • Grape

    Sauvignon Blanc

  • Food Pairing

    AperitifCold SaladsSeafood

  • Vintage


Domaine Vacheron has been a certified biodynamic property since 2005 and thrives under the helm of cousins Jean-Laurent and Jean-Dominique Vacheron. They produce premium wines from both inherited and purchased plots in the Sancerre appellation. 

Tasting Notes

Clear and elegant white fruit aroma with elderflowers on the nose. Full-bodied, very elegant and fruit intense, but also with mineral and phenolic grip, it has a long and powerful finish. This is remarkably good, perfectly balanced Sancerre. Elegant and complex Vacheron style. The aromatic finish reveals mango  as well as cassis and refreshing mineral flavors.  


They take a Burgundian approach to winemaking, by vinifying according to parcels and blending according to vintage. Their vineyards are primarily on Silex (flint) which is found in the eastern part of the appellation and in Pouilly Fume. Their basic Sancerre bottling comes from vines planted on flint and limestone.

Our Thoughts

We like to think of all French wine as “rustic, country, small production” but the reality is that a large part of French wine production comes from fairly large producers making mass quantities. Regions like Sancerre are no exception; hasty pressing of the grapes, cultured yeasts to race through fermentation in big steel tanks, and rapid bottling by spring at the latest. But not with Domaine Vacheron – they farm biodynamically, hand pick in small parcels and ferment using indigenous yeasts in small oak barrels. This is not your average Sancerre, with fresh fruits leading to a powerful mineral backbone with vibrant acidity. Enjoy with fresh oysters or goats cheese.

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  1. 4

    Having found new world sauvignon blanc to be too “in your face”, this was a delightful return. Lots of green and stone fruit notes, great acidity and minerality, without being over the top. Easy going with lots of interesting character

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