About the Winery

Jean-Claude Pichot’s family is one of the oldest in Vouvray, with origins as viticulturists and restaurateurs dating back to 1739. The family cellars are located in the charming village of Vouvray, in caverns hewn from the rolling hills which were once quarried to provide stone to construct the grand châteaux of the Loire. Domaine Pichot was established in 1996, uniting the three historic vineyards of the family: Coteau de la Biche, Le Peu de la Moriette, and Le Marigny. The 60 acres of vineyards are all in Vouvray, six miles east of Tours on the right bank of the Loire River. The vines are thirty years old on average and are all of the Chenin Blanc variety. In an era when most Vouvray wines are bottled by neĢgotiants, the stylish wines of the Pichot family continue to show the perfumed elegance of Chenin Blanc and are authentic expressions of a particular terrain, climate, cellar, and the winemaker’s art.

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Domaine Pichot

Domaine Le Peu de la Moriette Vouvray

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Moelleux Le Marigny

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Vouvray Brut

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Vouvray Sec Coteau de la Biche

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Vouvray Trie de Grains Nobles Les Larmes de Bacchus

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Domaine Pichot

Domaine Le Peu de la Moriette Vouvray

Domaine Pichot

Vouvray Brut

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Domaine Pichot

Domaine Le Peu de la Moriette Vouvray

Domaine Pichot

Vouvray Brut

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