Sancerre Apud SariacumSauvignon for the white, Pinot noir for the rosé
This was the name of the ancient village of Sury-en-Vaux until the 12th century. Our Apud Sariacum cuvée is made exclusively from the vines encircling this village.
Sancerre Les GodonsSauvignon for the white, Pinot noir for the red
Former property of Chateau de la Bucède, my grandfather acquired this superb parcel in 1946. Forming a natural amphitheatre on a very steep slope, protected from the wind, it has a very good exposition to the sun, Les Godons vineyard is blessed with a unique microclimate.
Sancerre Les ChasseignesSauvignon
Pouilly-Fumé Les LumeauxSauvignon
The wine from this vineyard exhibits the natural characteristics of the limestone-clay terroir which is loaded with "caillotes" (pebbly chalk soil) and favored with an excellent southeastern exposure.
Wine made from these vines are grown on several parcels of predominately kimmeridgian marl soil then blended for this cuvee. This "mosaic" of terroirs gives the wine its extraordinary balance.
Coteaux du Giennois Coteaux de St PèreSauvignon for the white, Pinot Noir et Gamay for the rosé
The Coteaux du Giennois vineyards are grown on a very complex terroir composed of a flinty-clay surface over a chalky subsoil. This surface layer has flint pebbles which act as natural miniature storage heaters storing heat during the day and releasing it at night.