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The Guardian

Published:  23 July, 2008

"The most incredible thing to put in your mouth between gulps of crisp Loire Sauvignon Blanc is Crottin de Chavignol, the local goat's cheese," says Victoria Moore. The topic is, of course, Sancerre and she has plenty of recommendations. The 2007 Sancerre Les Ruettes (10.99, Marks & Spencer) "has a swell of green reminiscent of undulating fields in June" while the 2007 Sancerre Domaine Vacheron (14.99, Majestic) "does not disappoint". One final word of warning from Moore though, "Sancerre isn't cheap, and cheap Sancerre isn't worth it".