Sancerres are often synonymous with remarkable freshness and limestone aromas. Crafted in a 10th century Château located in the heart of the family vineyard, this one also offers notes of boxwood and lime as well as a slightly persistent finish.
100% Sauvignon Blanc grapes harvested exclusively from Marnier-Lapostolle's vineyards which cover 45 hectares and are composed of 75% limestone and 25% flint soil. It is the only wine from the Sancerre appellation allowed to be sold under the exclusive name of "Château de Sancerre®". Produced in limited quantities, Château de Sancerre affirms the family legacy of the House of Grand Marnier® in the art of winemaking. The Marnier Lapostolle family was originally from the Sancerre region in the Loire Valley, and owns the village's signature Château. Aged in oak barrels 10-12 months. Intense and mineral nose with vanilla notes and apricot aromas. Bold and fleshy on the palate with smooth tannins.