Producer: Didier Dagueneau
Grape variety: Sauvignon Blanc
Vintage : 2019
Color: Dry White
A 2-hectare plot of clay and small flint vinified separately, for a fiery wine from its youth, unique, as always with Dagueneau. Angry with its former Pouilly-Fumé appellation, the winemaker has labeled this vintage as “Vin de France” since the 2017 vintage. It doesn’t change anything about the wine!
The Didier Dagueneau estate extends over 12 hectares on the hill of Saint Andelain in Pouilly sur Loire, very close to Sancerre, on the Cher/Nièvre border. In this region of the Loire Valley, Sauvignon is king.
Didier Dagueneau, who died in 2008, was an emblematic figure of the Pouilly-Fumé appellation, and more generally of white wine in France. Today it is Louis-Benjamin who has taken over the estate and produces, with perfect continuity, and just as much sensitivity, Pouilly and Sancerre sought-after throughout the world for their extraordinary finesse: extremely crystalline sauvignons.
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