Sébastien Treuillet stems from a long line of grain farmers, but he is the first in his lineage to become a wine farmer. Alongside his 12 hectares of vines, he also cultivates 140 hectares of cereals.He grows on a number of different soils, including limestone clay, Kimmeridgian, sandy soils, and some caillottes (limestone-rich pebbles).
It's a great example of a classic Pouilly Fume appellation, flavourful and richer than Sancerre's Sauvignon Blanc. This Sauvignon Blanc is dry, fresh and balanced, floral and fruity, with a distinctive minerality in which flint is often recognisable. Great purity and length too.