After the acquisition of Domaine Guy Malbète in 2017, our soils are made of clay limestone, sandy loam and siliceous pebbles and, for our most elevated grapevines, sandy gravel. The winery now spans 10 hectares of grapevines, the oldest of which were planted by Domaine Malbète in 1970.
Following in the footsteps of our predecessor Guy Malbète, we work our soil to ensure our grapes feature the best aspects of our terroir. But we have also added our own touch, using only organic fertilizers in order to protect the organisms living in our soils. The use of mating disruption techniques avoids the need for insecticides. Lastly, we only protect our vineyard against diseases when necessary so that our grapes can end their growing cycles at optimal maturity.
We only derive satisfaction from the care and passion that we bring to our wines, produced on this RICH LAND, through the pleasure and desire they elicit in you to get to know us, talk about us and renew your loyalty to our brand.
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The Reuilly wine region extends over nearly 270 hectares in the Indre and Cher Departments.
Planted on gently sloping hillsides, the grapevines flourish in marly limestone soils, overlooked by terraces of sand and gravel which receive plenty of sunshine. That exposure along the banks of the Arnon and the Cher releases the full expressiveness of nicely matured wines.
As the Berry’s emblematic wine region, Reuilly has long sustained deep roots in the history of Centre-Loire wines. Legend has it that, in the 7th century, King Dagobert donated his fields, grapevines and meadows in the region to the monks of the Royal Abbey of Saint-Denis outside Paris.
Reuilly shares its use of Sauvignon and Pinot Noir grapes with the other AOCs in its winemaking region: Quincy, Menetou-Salon, Sancerre and Pouilly-Fumé.
Wines made in the greatest traditions of Reuilly, blends of grapes from the winery’s various plots of vines.
Aged in stainless steel tanks, there is no need for manipulation: only the terroir and the maturity of the grapes matter.
Straw gold colour.
Minerality dominates the nose. The mouthfeel is nicely fresh with a long finish.
This white wine is great with shellfish and the many goat cheese available in Berry.
If it has the colour of an onion peel, it is undoubtedly a grey wine from Reuilly. The nose is evocative of red berries. The mouthfeel is supple, followed by more robust notes.
This subtle, feminine wine is particularly enjoyable with desserts.
A touch of dark red enhances its ruby hue. Red berries are preponderant in the nose. The mouthfeel is dominated by “pigeon heart” tomatoes.
This red is truly a festive wine, that goes great with black chicken from the Berry.
Les Belles Terres (“Rich Land” in English) by winemaker Baptiste Pointereau. Limited production wines from select plots where time loses all meaning. The grapevines are located in the town of Lazenay in the Cher Department, on clay limestone soil.
Straw gold colour. White fruit nose. The mouthfeel is marked by white peach with hints of grapefruit and citron. Nicely fresh with a pronounced long finish.
This white wine pairs perfectly with white meat.
Crimson colour. Cherry dominates the nose, with just a touch of smokiness. The mouthfeel is an explosion of morello cherry, combined with discreet almond notes. Not suitable for just any palate.
Enjoy this wine with red meat and even the most powerful dark chocolate.
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