Réserve des Rochers
Pouilly Fuissé - Burgundy
Rochers is named for the famous “Roches” or limestone cliffs of Solutré and Vergisson in Burgundy, France. Founded in 1928 on the site of a Gallo-Roman villa which was one of the most important wine estates in the region, the cellar of Chaintré is one of the oldest in France.
Yields are kept low by a combination of rigorous pruning and maintaining an average vine age of 35 to 40 years. Réserve des Rochers practices sustainable viticulture, without pesticides nor herbicides.WINEMAKING & VINTAGE NOTES
Pouilly-Fuissé is one of the designated Crus of the Mâcon. Vines grow on limestone soils in the village of Chaintré. Fermentation and maturation in stainless steel vats – bottling after 12 months.TASTING NOTES
An expressive nose of pear and floral scents with touch of honey, mint and minerality. A rich, round wine with complexity and long finish.
A wonderful accompaniment for seafood, oysters and poultry.