Food pairing A delight at the beginning of the meal, La Porte du Caillou is an excellent companion to fish dishes. Kernel of scallop with mango emulsion, a roll of bass in curry and of course, the famous Crottin de Chavignol goat cheese.
Tasting “La Porte du Caillou” is a wine that offers aromas of exotic citrus fruits with a subtle yet powerful seductive intensity. Its length originates in the harmony and quality of the soil.
Soil Clay and limestone. The slopes and hills separating the village of Chavignol and the town of Sancerre are made of clay and limestone soils (65% clay and 35% limestone). “La Porte du Cauillou” comes from these vineyards that have been planted with vines for a long time.