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Argilo Cheverny Domaine de Veilloux 2011/2014

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One Line Description Sauvignon Blanc like you have never tasted!
Production Method Natural, Organic, Biodynamic
Country France French
Region Loire, France
Producer Domaine de Veilloux
Vintage 2011
Wine Type Dry White Wine
Wine Style Full bodied
Grape Blend 100% Sauvignon Blanc
Alcohol 13% abv
Terroir clay and limestone
Total Sulphur Level 20 mg/l
Maturation 1 year in barrels
Annual Production 0 - 5,000 bottles
Special Features Low Sulphite (Sulphur), Vegan
Decanter Specialist Organic Wine Retailer 2017 Winner


The Argilo is from a vineyard of particularly rich clay soils that produces a Sauvignon Blanc of immense structure and richness. It is fermented and aged in oak and takes many years in bottle to come to its true potential going through many phases of development along the way. The 2011 is still a baby although this is fascinating terroir wine and with some rich pate it is delicious. Based in Fougères sur Bièvre, Domaine de Veilloux is a family owned estate of 20 hectares of vineyards. The original domaine dates back to the 18th century when they produced all kinds of agricultural products like cereal and livestock as well as vines. Today, Domaine de Veilloux is owned by Michel and Silviane Quenioux with their son Arnaud working in the vineyards. The estate is managed according to natural principles using local grape varieties like Menu Pineau, Sauvignon Blanc, and Gamay. The soils are mainly made of clay but with little differences according to the plot eg clay with sand or clay with flint which make subtle differences in the final wine. Veilloux wines are respectful of their terroir and grape but also natural production and old vines yield wines which take time to mature to their full potential and even the whites are best at 5-10 years of age.
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