Daniel Chotard is the latest in a long line of family viticulteurs stretching back for generations. His vineyard is situated on the slopes of south-west Sancerre, at Reigny, near Crézancy-en-Sancerre - an area characterised by its white, clay-chalk soils. These soils can be traced back to the Jurassic age, and their sheltered situation in the Loire valley provides a gentle climate ideal for making Sancerre wines.
Daniel combines up-to-date technology with traditional "savoir faire" to make his Sancerre wine. He produces a quality wine, authentic and sincere, reflecting the surrounding terroir.
Daniel produces a complete range of Sancerre wines ranging from the traditional white, through rosé to red and oak-aged red.
The white is made with the traditional Sauvignon Blanc grape, whilst the rosés and reds are Pinot Noir.