The Chainier family, owners of Château de Pocé, have a rich history of viticulture. The heritage of the Chainier family starts in the 18th century when the ancestors of Pierre Chainier cultivated vines in Bordeaux. In the Loire Valley the Chainier house was founded in 1973 and has been passed down through the generations. The vineyards overlook the Loire River, enjoying a southernly aspect. Opposite the north bank is the Château d'Amboise, the well known and beautiful Renaissance castle of King Francis I and his friend Leonardo da Vinci. 

Château de Pocé is located on the North Bank of the Loire and sits in the middle of a unique classified park. The 40 hectares of vineyard of Château de Pocé are farmed using sustainable agriculture practices and the wine produced with innovative expertise. The terroir and climate of the hills of the Touraine region allow the delicate Sauvignon Blanc variety to flourish.' 
The diversity of soils and microclimates in the region mean that an incredible variety of wine can be produced. The area is the birthplace of some outstanding grape varieties. The combination of the outstanding land and the love the Chainier family have for their vines make for incredibly unique blends. They create powerful and delightful wines that are received well in France and abroad. 

They only choose the best varieties and best growing conditions. Pierre Chainier pioneered integrated crop management, meaning listening to the earth and adapting to its changes. 

Our Production

    Your Cart