Berry is a historic province of France under the Ancien Régime, with Bourges as its capital. This province, nestled between the castles of the Loire and the foothills of the Massif Central, brings together two departments: Indre and Cher. It is one of the oldest French agricultural territories and owes its unity more to history than to geography.
A wine-growing region: Center Loire
The Center Loire vineyard is located in the center of France and brings together the following appellations: Sancerre, Menetou-Salon, Quincy, Reuilly, Coteaux du Giennois, Pouilly-fumé and Pouilly sur Loire, Châteaumeillant.
It also includes the IGP Val de Loire, which you will find with us under the name of the P’tit Renaudat.
This vineyard covers 5,740 hectares. The semi-continental climate and the soils of the various appellations are particularly suited to the grape varieties used: Sauvignon for the whites, Pinot Gris for the rosés and Pinot noir for the reds.