On the north bank of the Loire, in the Central wine growing region and on a rocky outcrop, the village of Sancerre overlooks the river and the vines. Sancerre stretches out over 2770 hectares and benefits from clayey-siliceous soils where beautiful dry white wines are produced. The wines made out of Sauvignon Blanc are fresh and offer a large range of aromas given by the diverse soils. Red Sancerre wines -made of Pinot Noir- express cherry aromas, a full-bodied character and have a long finish on the palate. They go along well with white meat dishes. The rosé wines are rare and only produced in small quantities. They offer tenderness, delicacy and freshness.