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This is a small estate, producing less than 3,000 cases annually in the village of Crezancy. It is one of only four Chateaux in Sancerre. Owners Jean-Marc and Nicolas Chevreau bottle estate Sancerre in soils that are chalky 50/50 clay and limestone. The vines average 45 years of age. Originally founded by grandfather, Robert Chevreau in 1956, the estate was a miniscule .2 hectares. Six years later, additional vines were planted. Today, Nicolas and his wife Ingrid run the day to day operations, oversee vineyard management, and work in the cellars.


Sancerre Blanc


This is 100% Sauvignon Blanc, made traditionally, with moderate contact with the lees, and free from oak. As such, it is citrusy, with hints of white stone fruit, crispy pear, and a touch of flint and white pepper. The finish is ample and mineral-driven. Himachi sashimi, asparagus and fontina, frisee with a lemon vinaigrette are all great suggestions for pairings.

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