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Thanks to its acquisitions over the years, Domaine Joseph Mellot, chaired by Catherine Corbeau Mellot, is present in all the appellations of the Centre Loire. This is how Domaine Joseph Mellot proposes a beautiful wine journey that will reveal a range of terroirs of incredible diversity.Lire plus Learn more
The history of the Maison Joseph Mellot began in 1513 when a certain Pierre Mellot already began to make himself known in the Sancerre region. It was then in 1698 that Caesar Mellot brought popularity to the family name. Indeed, being a close relative of Louis XIV, he advised the king in these wine choices... this is how the family became emblematic in the Sancerre region.
Since that time, Domaine Joseph Mellot has always been very dynamic in the region. Its wines have become and maintain the position of legitimate ambassadors for the entire Centre-Loire region. But Catherine Corbeau Mellot does not stop there and develops a gastronomic and tourist activity with a la carte cellar, a shop "la Vigne et le Vin" and a restaurant "l'Auberge Joseph Mellot" in Sancerre.
The requirement from the vine to the vinification: At Joseph Mellot it is the terroir that prevails, everything is done to obtain its most beautiful expression.
Vine growing: If everything starts in the vineyard to make good wines, it is a question of respecting it and making the most of its terroir.