Nestled between les roches de Solutré and Vergisson in the heart of Macon, the domain produces white wines, starting with the Pouilly-Fuissé.
The Sangouard family is present in the vineyards of Pouilly-Fuissé since the eighteenth century. In 1997, Pierre-Emmanuel Sangouard takes the domain, before adding in 2000 the vineyards from the domain Guyot of his wife Catherines family. The couple operates over 11 hectares, between les roches de Solutré et de Vergisson.
A vast majority of the production is devoted to the Pouilly-Fuissé cru, with 9 hectares planted in Chardonnay.
The domain elaborates 3 cuvées. On the ground, the treatments are reasoned, the vines are plowed and the harvest is done by hand. The wines are aged on the lees for a period of 10 to 12 months, with the aim of bringing fatness and opulence.