The village of Reuilly shares the same Kimmeridgian limestone found in Chablis and Sancerre – making it an excellent source of cool, mineral Sauvignon Blanc. The name of this wine refers to these large, flat slabs of fossil-containing limestone regularly found in the vineyard, and which give the wine its chalky mouthfeel
Denis Jamain – undoubtedly the master of Reuilly – makes wines which rival even the best Sancerre, at a fraction of the price. This wine is made entirely in steel, giving a grassy, citrus-driven wine with a mouth-watering finish..
This bottling is consistently one of the Loire’s finest Sauvignon Blancs, showing delicate lime and floral suggestions that sleekly envelop a chalky core. Enjoy it with oysters, with fresh goat cheese, or simply because it provides delightful refreshment at great value.