Lebrun Pouilly Fumé
Typical of the flinty clay terroirs the wines are long with good density. Expressive, with citrusy and smoky aromas when they are young, becoming
rounder and more complex with ageing. Today we see notes of elderflower, gooseberry and cut grass with a lovely balance of stony minerality.
Established in 1861, Laurent Lebrun has recently taken over the running of the family estate as its 6th generation wine-maker. Made up of only 9 hectares of vines planted on the slopes of St. Andelain, these wines reflect the classic “flinty” characteristics of their terroir.
Light & Crisp
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Tastes & Tones
The Loire Valley is famous for its world-class wines. The Valley is laced with vineyards all the way from Sancerre to the ocean, and it offers wines ranging from to suit every palate from sparkling vouvrays to vibrant sancerres.