On the Domaine du Vieux Prêche, the vineyard has been cultivated for a long time, since the time of Louis XIV. Today, the domaine continues this activity and welcomes the winemakinf family of Planchon.
Perched on a rocky peak, the Sancerre vineyard dominates the Loire and spreads over 14 communes.
On these particularly well-oriented and protected soils there are three different soils that are called: "white soils" (clay-limestone marls); "Caillottes" (siliceous) or "cherries" (limestones).
Two grape varieties reign supreme: Sauvignon for white wines and Pinot Noir for red wines