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Lovers of the vine, lovers of wine, Pierre and Aurélie have been taking up the challenge of being winegrowers for 6 years. Both of them hold a degree in oenology, it is at the heart of the Touraine-Che appellation....Lire plus Learn more
Lovers of the vine, lovers of wine, Pierre and Aurélie have been taking up the challenge of being winegrowers for 6 years. Both holders of oenologist's degrees, it is in the heart of the Touraine-Chenonceau appellation that they settle down with a common project: to make their own wines. On the heights of the small village of Saint-Georges-sur-Cher is an old farmhouse with undeniable charm. It is in these places steeped in history that the estate makes all its vintages. Here, Sauvignon, Gamay, Grolleau, Pineau d'Aunis, Malbec, Chardonnay and Chenin rub shoulders with each other as the plots develop their most beautiful expressions.
The Domaine des Pierres d'Aurèle is none other than the fruit of our union. It was in 2010 that we embarked on this fantastic adventure, with the sole desire to share with any wine lover the richness of our terroirs. Labelled "Terra Vitis", we work our vines with the greatest respect for what nature has to offer and try to give it back to it as well as possible. Our winegrower's approach is above all qualitative, and we strive to control our yields to guarantee the maturity of the fruit. Aromatic richness, delicacy, pleasure... if happiness is at the bottom of our glass, then we are in regular contact with it.
Being a winegrower is above all a story of passion. It means accepting to learn every day from your mistakes and successes, in a profession where the rules are dictated by Mother Nature.
We are not part of the "label drinkers". Wine must be a product accessible to all, a friendly drink that we enjoy drinking and sharing!