2013 Maison Bonheur Sancerre Rouge

This Pinot Noir, from the Sancerre appellation of the Loire Valley, is refined, complex and sophisticated. High-toned aromatics are followed by vibrant sour cherry and cranberry on the palate. This is a wine made for the dinner table, as food will bring its elevated acidity into balance. When pairing, look to feathered game, pork and mushroom dishes.

Recipe Pairings

Spice-Crusted Tuna

Flavor Profile


Tastes Like


Forest Floor

Juicy Red Fruit

Maraschino Cherry


Loire Valley, France


Game Bird

Mushroom Risotto

Did You Know?

A winemaker in Chile is known for playing jazz music in his cellar, believing the music helps the maturation of the wine aging in barrels.