Enjoy complimentary tastings of 20 unique, artisanal, small-production wines while you shop for wine and gourmet foods. The wines we offer to taste change regularly so come in often to "try before you buy!" You can also sample cheeses, meats, chocolate, breads, coffee, and many other treats as you wander our wine boutique, cheese and charcuterie shop, chef's table and our open demonstration kitchen. We look forward to sharing our great food and wine experience with you.
And, of course, Summer is the Season of Rose.
DOMAINE SERGE LALOUE
This 20-hectare estate was established by the late Serge Laloue on the slopes of Thauvenay, just south of the hilltop town of Sancerre which overlooks the Loire River. The microclimate here is cool. The flinty, granitic soils here, called silex contribute backbone and acidity to the finished wines.
The vines average 25 years of age and are farmed using environmentally-friendly vineyard techniques in order to get the best out of the carefully controlled yields. Commitment to quality here is impressive and the family has managed to produce consistently good wines, even in challenging vintages, demonstrating that hard work in the vineyard is nearly always repaid in the quality of the resulting wines.
The palest of pink pinots, with delicate red currant fruit on the nose, fresh and dry on the palate, this is a wine for shrimp, tuna, and crab, and all sorts of summer salads.
If you haven't joined Savour's Wine Club, Now is the time!
Call Savour at 978 282-1455 to purchase a membership and get your own
wine-tasting card. It is a one-time fee of only $20.00 and entitles you to early entry
at the Grand Tastings and a 5% discount on 6 bottles every day!
76 Prospect St., Gloucester, MA 01930
Phone: (978) 282-1455
Email: Contact Kathleen at email@example.com
Parking lot available for Savour customers
Wine Tasting Machines
Enjoy complimentary tastings of 20 unique, artisanal, small-production wines while you shop for wine and gourmet foods. The wines we offer to taste change regularly so come in often to "try before you buy!"
Check out this great write-up of the Chef's Table and the wine machines, from Joey C. in the Good Morning Gloucester blog.