One of the oldest family-owned winery since the 14th century for 600 years. The Domaine, located 200km South of Paris, consists of 33 hectares on the slopes around the Château itself (terroir of flint) and those of Vilmoy, a few kilometres away from Pouilly-sur-Loire (Kimmeridgian limestone terroir). To the north of the Pouilly Fume area, on the hillsides which overlook the Loire, the Château de Tracy vineyard extends from “Tracy hill” to the “Champs de Cris” plateau. The terroir consists in flinty clay, Kimmeridgian marls and limestone which allows the Sauvignon to express its complexity and diversity
The Domaine has been awarded the label of High Environmental Value Level 3 in 2014, focused on preserving the ecosystems, building biodiversity and maintaining the well-being of the plants. Organic and sustainable viticulture are used during the vinification, and not using animal-based fining agents or winery aids.
Region: Loire Valley, France
Grapes: Sauvignon Blanc