For over 800 years, the Collegiate Church of Puy Notre Dame has stood in this geographically and spiritually significant location, looking out over a sea of vines measuring some 1,500 hectares. Puy Notre Dame has been a winegrowing village since the days of the Plantagenets in the 13th century, and is known to have been a village retreat for Eleanor of Aquitaine.
Temperate oceanic climate. A continental influence on the plots furthest from the Loire.
Turonian tuffeau, Jurassic and Eocene limestone
Cabernet franc, cabernet sauvignon
Colour(s) and Style(s)
2 400 hl
320 000 bottles
5 à 15 years
Food and Wine Parings
Stuffed Roast Chicken
Game, such as Boar or Venison
Intensely red with hints of peony and ruby
Scents of black fruit
Full-bodied, well-balanced and powerful. Good persistence.