Domaine Cherrier ET Fils 2015 Sancerre, $15.99-$17.99, 92 points, poured a light brass color grading clear at the glass edge.
Aromatic lemon-grass, fresh squeezed lime notes, and a lovely subtle lily flower vibe were excellent.
Light, stony, appropriately acidic, and richly flavorful with delicate peach, pear, and apricot with hints of kiwi were spectacular.
Finished long on the trailing palate, ginger, wet stone, and a well-integrated 13.5% alcohol.
Paired perfectly with my North Atlantic salmon cakes.
As 2017 quickly approaches, I briefly reflected on 2016's wines bought in New Hampshire, tasted, and reviewed, I think about value (QPR), and the last two wines reviewed have to be up there with the best values; if I get a chance to review them all, I'll post the BEST QPR 'NH' wines.
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