Domaine Michaud produced three appellations
(6 hectares) Appellation recognized in 2011, the result of work over 20 years of selection of the best terroirs (soils), a mastery of production and winemaking with more restrictive and stringent conditions.
14 hectares are devoted to this production, the oldest one in the Estate
CREMANT DE LOIRE
(3 hectares) Most beautiful bubbles of the Loire Valley which is a favourite terroir (soil) for wines from these plots of vines planted on clay-limestone soil (marl).
The twenty-three hectares of vines grown on the estate are planted on hillsides facing south, southeast overlooking the Cher Valley. The soils are of two types each bringing their character to produce original appellation wines:
- The gritty, poor and shallow sands clay subsoil, produce fruity wines to be consumed in their youth.
- The stony sands rich in flint marl, produce structured wines capable of aging, terroir (soil) for Touraine Chenonceaux.