Yeah – I'm a sucker, I know – I don't think I've had red wine from Sancerre before, so when I saw this bottle originally priced at $22 marked down to $10, how in the world could I resist?
A funky and earthy nose, though nothing specific jumps out.
Very light in body – but a fair amount going on. Lots of earthy notes, some faint cherry and blackberry, a fair amount of red bell pepper, a small amount of spice, a dollop of carob, but there's really not enough acid here.
Some very subtle cigar box comes through on the finish as well as cinnamon and just the faintest hint of cherry.
Well, here we are...I believe red Sancerre means Pinot Noir, if that's not the case it's certainly in the same family.
As previously established, QPR is based on what I paid – even if found on some sort of sale – if you see this for over $20, adjust accordingly.