Reuilly is an ancient winemaking village in the eastern Loire that today has only about 300 acres in vines. It’s Sauvignon Blanc territory, and the wines produced here were once known as poor man’s Sancerre. But that’s not really fair, because the quality of wines made in Reuilly, especially by Denis Jamain, of Domaine de Reuilly, can rival Sancerre any day of the week. The domaine was started by Denis’ grandfather in 1935, with just two hectares of vines. It’s now 17 hectares, with 11 planted to Sauvignon Blanc, 4 to Pinot Noir, and 2 to Pinot Gris, all farmed organically and biodynamically.
Biodynamic Sauvignon Blanc for the Sancerre lover.
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