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?

Thomas Jefferson's household consumed about 400 bottles of wine annually. The number rose to 600 during the time he served as President.