If you loved Sancerre Rouge and wanted to cellar some, this is the bottle. From its time in aged barrels, "the Song of the Archer" presents itself with class. The nose is of cherry, ripe blueberry and a touch of vanilla and Sarawak pepper. The mouth is full of tender and silky tannins.
Hint: The hilltop town of Sancerre is surrounded by a commune of villages that collectively make up its eponymous appellation, and each village is blessed with varieties of a distinct limestone that imbues a lengthy mineral component to its wines.