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"Sauvignon" very characteristic with its freshness and aromas, produces a dry and fruity wine. Typicality is due to the terrain - geological stratum dating from secondary formations which extend on both sides of the "fault" of Sancerre - and Jurassic limestone. Le Blanc grape variety is grown on slopes (slopes up to 40%) and also on limestone plateaus and very stony - called "the caillottes" - that give the wine from Sancerre Blanc this very special aroma.
Sourced from several plots all situated in the lieu-dit of Les Boucauds, this cuvée employs close to 50% of the Sauvignon Blanc planted on the estate. Entirely from terres blanches soils – marls and clays over Kimmeridgian limestone – this wine represents a pure expression of this site as well as the deft winemaking of Stéphane Riffault.