Pouilly - Fumé

Domaine des Fines Caillottes

Grape variety: 100% Sauvignon blanc grape variety is used.



- white limestone pebbles known as "caillottes"

- marl with small fossilized oysters

- clay-limestone

- flint


Vine growing:

- tillage (plowing, hoeing, etc.)

- Debudding in spring to limit the number of bunches and to ventilate them.

- leaf removal in summer are carried out according to the terroirs and vintages.



our wines are certified Terra Vitis (for respect of nature, Man and wines) and Hight Environmental Value (for respect of biodiversity and reduction of inputs).





- partial skin contact maceration

- very gentle pressing of the grapes

- sedimentation of the must for more elegance and finesse

- fermentation and maturing in thermoregulated stainless steel tanks

- maturing on the lees

- blending of the cuvées from our different terroirs in the spring before the first bottling.


Food-wine matches:

Our Pouilly-Fumé Domaine des Fines Caillottes is delicious by itself as an aperitif for example. It goes wonderfully well with seafood, sushi, fish, poultry, white meat and certain cheeses, particularly goats’…



Serve at around 10-12°C.

Ready to drink, for the 5 years following the harvest.

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Tasting  :

Domaine des Fines Caillottes 2019


- Brilliant light yellow.

- Very expressive nose with aromas of citrus and exotic fruits (pink grapefruit, peach, mango...).

- With these same aromas, we discover a rich mouth, with a good freshness, fulllbodied, well balanced, slightly saline and a very nice lenght.


Silver medal at the competition mondial du Sauvignon 2020

Silver medal at the competition FEMINALISE 2020



​​Domaine des Fines Caillottes 2018

- Brilliant light yellow.

- The olfaction is very expressive, with complexity. Notes of grapefruit, as well as pineapple, mango and peach.

- With these same aromas of ripe fruits, we discover a well balanced mouth, with richness, freshness, structure, a long and fruity finish.


Silver medal at the competition mondial du Sauvignon 2019