Today, the Sancerre region covers 2400 hectares. The vineyard extends from the center to the top of the hillside, especially around the town of Sancerre. It benefits from a warm microclimate and rich soil that encourages viticulture. The vines are spread over three areas. The top of the hillside, located in the west of the region, is called the "Terres blanches". They represent 40% of the vineyard. The clay-limestone soils produce powerful wines. Between the "Terres blanches" and the top of Sancerre, are the "Caillotes".
The gentle limestone slopes produce light and fruity wines which also represent 40% of the vineyard. To the east, the flinty soils produce fleshy wines with a distinctive bouquet. The white wines are made from Sauvignon Blanc. They develop lemony notes. They are dry, round and fresh at the same time. They can be drunk young but some have a real potential for aging. The rosés and reds are made of pinot noir. They have a beautiful cherry color and a floral nose. These wines are very balanced, between power and finesse.