Pabiot "Domaine des Fines Caillottes" Pouilly-Fumé 2015

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Quick Overview

Our Pouilly-Fumé "Domaine des Fines Caillottes" from Jean Pabiot in the Loire Valley is a blend of wines coming from the range of terroirs with different micro-climates and different aged vines making up the estate. The result is intense and elegant citrus and tropical fruit aromas followed by a rich, structured wine exuding grapefruit, orange and pineapple.

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Additional Information

Goes well with Aperitif (on its own), Fish, Pasta, Pork, Roast Chicken, Seafood, Sushi
Country/Region France, France/Loire
Grape type Sauvignon Blanc
Drinking style Crisp, clean, dry


The story behind this producer begins at the beginning of the 1900's when Louis Pabiot, a winemaker at Les Loges, cultivated about 120 acres. This may seem a very small surface but needless to say all the work was performed manually, and in any event Louis Pabiot couldn't even afford a horse!

Fast forward to today and Domaine des Fine Caillottes is comprised of 28 hectares (70 acres) of vines, planted with Sauvignon Blanc (called "Blanc Fumé" locally)

30 plots constitute the estate, located in different villages including Pouilly sur Loire (Pouilly, Tracy-sur-Loire, Saint-Andelain, Saint-Laurent-L'Abbaye and Villiers). The terroirs are also quite varied: limestone-clay predominate, kimmerridgian marl, siliceous-clay marl, and flint. The average age of the vines is approximately 20 years old. The oldest are more than 40 years old.

After partial skin maceration (depending on the vintage), fermentation in thermoregulated stainless steel tanks takes place (16 - 20°C) with wild yeast naturally found on the grapes. The maturing on fine lees and the stirring of lees last several months. The blending is done before bottling.

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