The Chateau de la Roche is one of the oldest single estates of the Loire Valley, planted mostly with Sauvignon Blanc. Anne Chainier has made it one of the most renowned Sauvignon Blanc estates from the Loire. Anne Chainier also breeds French saddle horses on the estate and is one the top producers of the world. She describes her work in two words: elegance and balance.
The exceptional flint clay soils are responsible for giving this Sauvignons Blanc its distinctive smoky taste. The vineyard is cultivated according to the principles of sustainable agriculture.
Pale yellow and bright in color. The vines provide a complex wine on the nose, aromatic and mineral. Ripe fruits and citrus aromas, very subtle and delicate on the palate. Serve on its own, with appetizers, cooked and smoked meats or fish, with seafood and goat cheese. Serve chilled.