AOC since 1936, this appellation of Center-Loire is one of the most prestigious in the world for these dry, fruity and mineral white wines. The Sauvignon Blanc grape variety has found a favorite land there to express all these flavors. You will find in our Pouilly-Fumé a great freshness, subtle aromas of citrus or white flowers and a touch of salinity characteristic of the great wines of Pouilly.


It is said that Julius Caesar was a great lover of this wine made from a grape variety brought by these armed forces, the Chasselas. AOC since 1937, it is a wine of great refinement with a slight alcohol content, produced in one of the smallest French wine appellation. Mainly table grapes during the 19th century, today Chasselas is the basis of one of the most surprising dry white wines.

Côtes de la Charité

IGP since 2011, pinot noir and chardonnay grape varieties have been cultivated there. In the Middle Ages, it was the Cistercian monks of the Abbey of Bouras and la Charité who first discovered the potential of these clay-limestone hillsides. The "terroirs" and the climate are similar to those of the Côtes de Nuits and Côtes de Beaune. A subtle combination of the best of Center-Loire and Burgundy wines. Our plots located in the town of Chasnay give ideal conditions to create round, fruity wines with subtle tannins.