Reuilly

The other established ‘name’ in the Upper Loire is Reuilly, another small area, close to Menetou-Salon, which lies off the Cher river, rather than the Loire itself. Like its local neighbours it produces whites from Sauvignon Blanc, reds from Pinot Noir, and unusually for this area some whites from the Pinot Gris.

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Domaine Denis Jamain Les Fossiles Reuilly Rouge 20...
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Colour Red
Category Wine
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Domaine Denis Jamain Les Fossiles Reuilly Blanc 20...
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