Pouilly-Fuissé, “Les Vignes du Hameau”
From an assembly of old-vine parcels planted in the heart of the hamlet of Pouilly, dating back to the establishment of the domaine by André Cheveau in 1950. The soils are loamy brown clay and limestone with quartz and flint stones. Grapes are harvested by hand and vinified with indigenous yeasts, then raised for 14 months on the lees in 600-liter demi-muids. Nicely rich and dense on the palate with ripe citrus and stone fruits, the wine finishes with a refreshing cut of chalky minerality.