>> Sunday, 7 February 2010
Bunches of ripe grapes. Sauvignon blanc. Domaine Henry Natter, Montigny, Sancerre, Loire, France
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Domaine Henry Natter (no, it’s not Henri) is a family owned wine property in the Sancerre region. The winery is in the village of Montigny not far from Sancerre itself. Henry Natter and his wife Cecile started making wine in the 1970s with only one and a half hectares of vines. Today they have some 20 hectares of vineyards.
The wines are very mineral, grown of stony limestone and clay (with some flint) soil. The vine growing is organic. They pay attention to biodiversity and make sure that there is many different plants around the vineyard, as well as a dynamic fauna. The wine making in the wine cellar is mainly classic using both large wooden vats as well as stainless steel tanks. Some wines have also been aged in oak barrels.
They also make a red and a rosé wine from pinot noir grapes.
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Loire Henry Natter Sancerre stock photo samples - Images by Per Karlsson
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