Upstarts don’t start, the old guys will finish you. The French can do little wrong with Sauvignon Blanc no matter how many New World countries try to unseat them. This is a fine Sancerre, but not the best of the breed. Nose is faint, maybe lemon if you can squint your nostrils. Flavor notes include usual lemongrass and flint but less biting than a New Zealand offering. Short finish will make this less memorable.