Domaine de Montcy
Domaine de Montcy is an estate in the Loire Valley carefully tended by Vincent Hayer since 2003. With an aim to produce wines at the highest level the Cheverny appellation has to offer, they farm about 30 hectares across four main plots in the communes of Cheverny, Cormeray, Chitenay and more recently Celettes. It is also one of the few producers of the tiny appellation of Cour-Cheverny. In 2020 Vincent purchased the estate outright and constructed a new, eco-built cellar in Cormeray. He leads the future of Domaine de Montcy.
• Size of vineyard: 5 hectars
• Soil composition: Clay with silica on a calcareous base
• Training method: Baguette
• Vines/Ha: 6,000
• Yield/ha: 40
• Year vineyard planted: 1980, 1990, 2000
• Harvest time: October
• First vintage of this wine: 2007
• Number of bottles produced: 15,000
• Fermentation container: Stainless steel
• Length of alcoholic fermentation (days): 7
• Fermentation temperature: <20°C
• Aging container: Stainless steel
• Length of aging before bottling: Minimum of 4 months
• Light yellow color, this wine has notes of acacia flowers and leeches.
• Very aromatic at the nose but with a good length in the mouth.
• 85% Sauvignon, 15% Chardonnay for this blend of Cheverny Blanc.
• Sole use of indigenous yeast.
• Wine made in stainless steel, with 4 months minimum age on fines lees.
• Varietal composition: 85% Sauvignon, 15% Chardonnay
• Alcohol: 13.0%
|Annual Production||4,000 9L cases|
|Farming (Sustainable, organic, biodynamic)||Organic & biodynamic|