The vineyard plots rise to an altitude of 125m, on the wine plateaus overlooking the Loire Valley. The climate is generally dry and warm, with sandy and gravelly soils. The density of the plantation must always exceed 5500 vines per hectare and the wine is pressed as soon as possible after harvesting. Only dry white wines are produced.
To the eye, the elegance of the Quincy is reflected in its pale gold colour. On the nose, this dry white wine develops aromas of boxwood, buds, undergrowth and nuances of white flowers. In the mouth, it reveals spices, apple, blackcurrant bud and honey. Its freshness and intense finesse come from its only grape variety, Sauvignon. It can be served with seafood (oysters, shellfish), fish or local cheese.