The cellar remains open during the confinement in addition to online sales. However, for obvious health reasons, we recommend that you place your orders on our site. You can call us to take advantage of our advice.
Tanguy Perrault and Anne Cécile Jadaud are at the head of the small 4-hectare Perrault-Jadaud estate in Touraine. The couple naturally divides up the running of their vineyards located in Vouvray, Vernou sur Brenne and Noizay. Tanguy, then a teacher at the Amboise viticultural college, was involved in working the soil and the grapes. His wife, an oenologist advising the Touraine winegrowers, took the reins of the winemaking and wine trade. The estate is certified in organic agriculture, and the indigenous yeasts work on the alcoholic fermentation. The wines generally undergo tangential filtration before bottling and the sulphur doses are minimal (about 70mg/l).
The Vouvray tranquil Les Grives Soûles, made from 100% of Chenin Blanc manually harvested. The vinification is done naturally with only indigenous yeasts then a part is aged in stainless steel tanks, another part in barrels for about 8 months before being blended and bottled.
The wine is fresh, fruity with a lot of finesse and elegance.
It is the perfect companion for goat's cheeses from the Touraine region, it will also go very well with fish dishes or white meats.