Critical Acclaim: 94 pts Wine Enthusiast; 92 pts James Suckling.
Winemaker Tasting Notes: Its green gold color has some bright and luminous reflects. Its nose is quite expressive and complex. It evolve all along the tasting. It opens beautifully on exotic fruits, green mango, citrus, honey and a hint of menthol. The mouth is powerful, round and harmonious. One can taste fresh grape but also a refreshing and sharp minerality. It is a particularly long lasting wine.
Serving Suggestion: Sancerre Jadis, a true original, deserves an original cuisine that allies local and exotic tastes, principally fish or white meats that play with salty-sweet associations. For example, filleted chicken breast with honey and rosemary in supreme sauce. Try a St. Nectaire cheese or an Oka from Quebec with a little honey, warmed in the oven and presented on a slice of fresh peach.
Varietal: Sauvignon Blanc.