La Poussie is "a jewel in the Sancerre." The vineyard's origins can be traced back to the Capetians, as witnessed by a document dating from around 1040. Following the French Revolution, the property was divided into 250 parcels. It took 70 years of perseverance and negotiation to bring it back to a sole ownership under the direction of the Baron de Ladoucette. This exceptional sun-drenched vineyard site with its natural amphitheater of an almost perfect semi-circle of 180° makes it one of the most unique in the world and provides a perfect microclimate for the vines.
La Poussie produces a light, fruity, dry and vigorous Sauvignon Blanc, infused with the clay and limestone soil.