Raimbault’s “Mosaïque” is sourced
from made from vines grown across several parcels of
predominantly Kimmeridgian marl soil then blended for this
About the brewery
In Sancerre, just a short ride north of Verdigny, lies the village of Sury-en-Vaux, home to Philippe Raimbault, a fifth generation vintner. Owning vines on both sides of the Loire, in the Pouilly Fume and Coteaux du Giennois appellations, Philippe has vines planted on steep slopes of les caillottes soil from the Jurassic period, an era that left behind fossils of sea creatures that are more than 130 million years old. On steep slopes of Silex clay soils, Raimbault grows Sauvignon Blanc and for his Sancerre Rouge and Rose, he grows Pinot Noir and Gamay. The producer of Sancerre “Apud Sariacum” and Sancerre “Apud Sariacum” Rose, he named both after the ancient namesake of Sury-en-Vaux, because the vines encircle the village.