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Domaine Roger Champault is located in "Champtin" in an old winegrowing village south of Sancerre. Planted on hillsides with renowned Pinot Noir and Sauvignon terroirs and exposures, they flourish throughout the seasons. Working passionately with this land of multiple riches, the Domaine has obtained HVE (High Environmental Value) certification. We provide us with...Lire plus Learn more
Domaine Roger Champault is located in "Champtin" in an old winegrowing village south of Sancerre. Planted on hillsides with renowned Pinot Noir and Sauvignon terroirs and exposures, they flourish throughout the seasons. Working passionately with this land of multiple riches, the Domaine has obtained HVE (High Environmental Value) certification. We produce white, red and rosé Sancerre as well as white and red Menetou Salon. Thanks to his efforts and his quality wines, the Domaine was represented, in June 2010, at the wedding of the Princess of Sweden, with her cuvée "Les Pierris" (Sancerre blanc 2008).
The history of the estate began around the 17th century. Roger Champault extended this family adventure until the succession of Claude and Laurent. Precursors, they are equipped with high-performance equipment (temperature-controlled tanks, sorting tables, etc.) while keeping their know-how and a family spirit. The estate now covers about twenty hectares.
Claude and Laurent, son of a winegrower, know how to evolve over time. In recent years, we have strongly observed that the efforts made in the vineyard by working the soil have favoured the characteristics of our parcel wines. We have now gone further, with an environmentally friendly approach with the HVE certification in 2014.
As harvesters, we only vinify our own production in order to control our quality approach.
We have a little more than 30% of Pinot Noir vines. This percentage remains high compared to the farms in our region. Our clayey-limestone soil is well suited to this grape variety and we have always had a soul in the vinification of our red wines. Our old vines with a southern exposure are the success of our "Côte de Champtin" cuvée.