The Grand Chemarin

Sancerre Blanc – “The Grand Chemarin”

Grape Variety Pascal Jolivet Sancerre Pouilly Fumé

grape variety

Sauvignon Blanc grape variety

Terroir Pascal Jolivet Sancerre Pouilly Fumé


Commune of Bué, the House has 1.39 hectares out of the 32 hectares of this plot selection. Limestone terroir, old vines.

Vinification Pascal Jolivet Sancerre Pouilly Fumé


Manual harvest, 40-year-old vines, eastern slopes. Each grape is sorted upon receipt of the harvest, we work by gravity in order to respect the natural circuit of winemaking. We do a light press and only keep the drop and core juices from the press. Natural vinification in thermoregulated stainless steel vats with aging on fine lees for 12 months.

Character Pascal Jolivet Sancerre Pouilly Fumé


Wine with a lot of complexity, dry, fruity, nice salinity.

Accords Pascal Jolivet Sancerre Pouilly Fumé


Shellfish, fish in sauce, ceviche.

Temperature Pascal Jolivet Sancerre Pouilly Fumé

Tasting tips

Serving temperature: 10°C.

Guard Pascal Jolivet Sancerre Pouilly Fumé


Cellaring time: 20 years.

Notation of vintages

Sancerre White “Le Grand Chemarin” 2014


Sancerre White “Le Grand Chemarin” 2015


Balance, freshness and precision: the Pascal Jolivet style

When the terroir, know-how and patience reveal and sublimate the complexities of Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir.
"Talent and taste are not enough, only style counts" P. Cardin

The Loire is a region rich in history and heritage. Our estate is surrounded by the Châteaux of Cheverny and Chambord.

Two grape varieties, three terroirs and exclusively natural vinification. We reveal to you the unique expression of our Sancerre and Pouilly-Fumé wines.

Our partnership with this mythical domain of Cape Town in South Africa shows the style of Sauvignon Blanc signed Pascal Jolivet.