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Located in the south-west of the department of Loir et Cher in the Centre region, in the heart of the famous Châteaux de la Loire, our vineyard is located on the slopes of the right bank of our beautiful river....Lire plus Learn more
Located in the south-west of the Loir et Cher department in the Centre region, in the heart of the famous Châteaux de la Loire, our vineyard is located on the slopes of the right bank of our beautiful Cher river, offering an exceptional panoramic view of the valley. Facing south, on clayey-limestone and siliceous soils with more or less slight slopes, the vines provide us each year with quality wines that reflect the identity of a terroir.
But why "Domaine des Éléphants"? After some reflection, we chose this name, which appeals to the majority of our visitors. It is linked to our address which is 19 Elephant Road. This name, which is out of the ordinary, originates from the beginning of the 20th century. At that time, the owners who lived in the first house on our street had placed two important elephant statues on the entrance to their property. For them, they were a souvenir of a trip to India, but for the local residents, "elephants" were the landmark and emblem of the area. Today the statues have disappeared, but the name "elephants" has remained.
A family story: after having found notarized traces since 1864 on the purchase or donation of vines, the passion for the profession of winegrower has been passed on for at least 7 generations in our family. Today, Philippe and Guillaume Boucher, father and son, continue the tradition within the Domaine des Eléphants.