The Romorantin grape variety was introduced into our region in 1519 by François I, who had 80,000 vines brought from Burgundy to be planted around Romorantin. The King planned to build a magnificent castle there, which he finally realized in Chambord. Experts have confirmed the great age of this vine, which was not grafted, since phylloxera only appeared in France in 1863. It is a very complex wine for ageing, quite exceptional. It represents a page of our history, and is part of our country's heritage.

To be enjoyed chilled at 7-8°C


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