Our Loire Wineries

Chateau de Fosse Seche

The very old vineyard of « Château de Fosse-Sèche », located in Brossay, Val de Loire, dates from the 13th century. It has been farmed, since 1998, by the Keller-Pire Family. Organically run the estate has 45 hectares in total on clay/flint soil and oxides of iron. 17 hectares are planted under vine with the ...

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Clos de l'Elu

Totaling 22 hectares spread over 30 different plots; Clos de l’Elu is located near the village of Chaume, famous for its sweet style of botrytized Chenin Blanc. Clos de l’Elu was purchased in 2008 by Thomas Carsin, an agricultural engineer who worked in various cellars all around the world and Grégoire du Bouëxic, an en ...

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Domaine de l'R

Domaine de l’R was founded by Frédéric Sigonneau in 2007. He worked for a few years at the famed Domaine Baudry, his neighbor in Cravant near Chinon, then 2 years in Spain on biodynamicly-farmed ungrafted vineyards before coming back to his family estate. He farms his old vines (50 years on average) with a strict organic ap ...

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Domaine Fouassier - Françcois Le Saint

Established for several generations on the peak of Sancerre, the Fouassier family is one of the oldest wine grower families of Sancerre (est. in 1749).In 1923, the winery participated to a farm competition in Paris with some colleagues. Nobody knew the wine of Sancerre, but this minor and unrecognized wine that was at the premises of its curre ...

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