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Quincy 'Quartz' Sauvignon Blanc (France)

Quincy 'Quartz' Sauvignon Blanc (France)

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Dimitri Mesnard is a Master Sommelier - but this is the wine that he secretly makes himself, with grapes grown in his back garden! This is pure and precise Loire Sauvignon Blanc – it’s as good as Sancerre – but without the price tag! This stunning wine from the village of Quincy has a great freshness and beautiful balanced citrus notes. It's elegant, complex, and a real treat. 

Quincy is a village to the south west of Sancerre in the Central Loire valley, with its own appellation for Sauvignon Blanc. Wine was made here for centuries before the first written reference to it in 1120, and the parish's wines were the first of the eastern Loire to receive official AOC status – in August 1936 – just a few months earlier than Sancerre. When Dimitri Mesnard (Master Sommelier), whose family worked vineyards in Villalin, inherited a tiny plot in Brinay, he chose to work with the Tatin family who advised him on vine selection and vinification.

This wine has subtle stone fruit and citrus on the nose with lemon flesh, more stone fruit and minerality on the palate with a fresh finish. It's perfect with seafood or grilled fish.

About this wine

Country: France

Region: Loire Valley

Wine type: White Wine

Vintage: 2022


  • Sauvignon Blanc

ABV: 13.5%

Vegan: Yes


Natural: No

  • 2022
  • Sauvignon Blanc
  • France
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