Jenise wrote:Have you tried South Africa's SB's?
Sam Platt wrote:There's not even a nice acid zip to liven the style up a bit.
Sam Platt wrote:Based on all of your comments I have come to the conclusion that Sancerre is just not my 'cup of tea'. Apparently my taste buds are numb to the subtlety of the style. If anyone happens on a bottle of the Domaine du Nozay Sancerre I would be interested in how you think it compares to the standard of the breed. Perhaps my taste buds were miscalibrated during my first Sancerre tasting.
Thanks to everyone for their input.
I really, really want to like Sancerre. I really do.
Rahsaan wrote:Why? What about it intrigues you?
Rahsaan, a number of things lead me to believe that I would like Sancerre. First, I generally like wine of all types from France. Second, I enjoy many wines from the Loire, including Pouilly Fume
The Pouilly Fume I've had seems to have substance and character to it. On the other hand the Sancerre puts me in mind of water with a lemon wedge floating in it.
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