The Story

Michel and Sylviane bought Domaine de Veilloux in 1994, a family owned the estate since the French Revolution. Right from the beginning they implemented organic and biodynamic practices and obtained their certification in 1998.

Domaine de Veilloux grows Sauvignon, Menu Pineau, Chenin, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Gamay, Cabernet Franc and Côt, over 25 hectares, all of which are grown using sustainable, organic methods.

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The People

Michel & Silviane

Today, Domaine de Veilloux is owned and run by Michel and Silviane Queniou.

"We have replaced chemical weed-killing by working the soil to improve the vines’ rooting systems and microbe life. In order to preserve the expression of the terroir, we make wine without adjunction of yeast and we limit the use of sulphites."

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The Place

France, Loire

The soils here are mainly made of clay but with slight differences according to the specific plot (clay with sand or clay with flint). The winemaking is respectful of the fruit and the ageing is usually long, thus producing complex wines that truly reflect the terroir of the Cheverny appellation.

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