The hunt for delicious, complex, drinkable pinot noir continues. You know why. I just took delivery of some Oregon pinots from A&B and will report here. But a few weeks ago I got some Domaine Vincent Delaporte Sancerre from Lea & Sandeman. First impressions are that this is well made, attractively fresh, mineral and food-friendly, and not mind-blowing but good. Tried a more basic bottling and a fancy one around £30 and will write some notes on future bottles when I trust myself a bit more in a new appellation So the question is: what about red Sancerre? What should we Burgundy refugees be drinking from here? I bet there is fun to be had.