The ChÂteau de Sancerre, located in the heart of the vineyard, is the only castle in the Sancerre area. It was built in the 10th century by the Count of Champagne and today, the Feudal Tower is the only remaining vestige of the medieval castle. This is the only wine that can be sold under the exclusive name of 'Chateau de Sancerre.'
Located in the villages of the Sancerre appellation, the vines are based on clay-limestone (30% white earth), limestone (30% caillottes), flint (25%) and sand and clays (15%). The plots are harvested by terroir according to the evolution of their maturity. Grape juice ferments in thermo-regulated stainless steel vats. The wines are aged on fine lees for a minimum of 6 months. The terroirs are harmoniously assembled to give a complex and unique wine.
Expressive, with aromas of peach, pear and grape. Once the wine has had time to breathe, the aromas take on floral notes of violet and acacia. Starts off soft and round with lovely structure. The finish is long and generous. Enjoy the crispness of white peach, along with rose, violet, citrus and apricot notes.