The Monts Damnés (the "Damned Mountains," so called by lazy-ass medieval monks who hated working its slopes) is perhaps the most famous of all spots in Sancerre. Known for its intense and coiled minerality, a quality that emerges from old vines (avg. 50 yrs) on one of Chavignol's steepest slopes.
These are exquisite, world-beating white wines, sapid, snappy, and alive— and they're precisely as delightful to drink as they are hard to get! (And though few of you will wait? These are also legendarily age-worthy wines, for those of you who cellar your magic!)