The story goes that Champigny takes its name from the Latin "Campus Ignis" (Field of Fire) because of a particularly hot microclimate in summer. This cuvée symbolises the harmony between the warmth of the climate and the coolness of the tufa soil, which returns moisture when the vine needs it.
This wine comes from vines located on clay soils with a tufa subsoil characteristic of the Saumur Champigny appellation. This soil is very favorable to the development of the vine, especially during periods of drought. This quality of soil also allows us to give the grapes time to ripen as much as necessary and thus harvest them at their optimum maturity.
Cabernet franc : 100%


Serve at 15°C.
Visual appearance
The wine has an intense ruby colour with purple hues.
At nose
The nose is delicate with aromas of cooked fruits, spices and dried flowers.
On the palate
The palate is greedy, the tannins are round and sweet then it finishes on notes of crushed strawberries.
Food pairings
This wine will accompany charcuterie, roasted red meat, white fish and hard cheese.