Sancerre blanc is a dry white wine. It falls into the still wine category.
Sancerre blanc is produced in the Loire vineyard, a vineyard in the west of France and more precisely in the wine region of the Center.
Administratively, white Sancerre can be produced in the department of Cher. Its terroir benefits from a degraded oceanic climate and from siliceous pebble soils, sandy silt, flint pebbles, sandstone and limestone.
Sancerre blanc is a single varietal wine which is "Sauvignon B".
Sancerre blanc has the French AOC label (Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée) as well as the European AOP label (Appellation d'Origine Protégée).
This wine comes under the generic name Sancerre. You will find below the characteristics of the wines of this Sancerre appellation.