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Reuilly wine appellation
Wine appellation

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Sue Dyson and Roger McShane
Country: France

Reuilly is a wine appellation in the upper Loire Valley region of France. The appellation covers some 182 hectares in the communes of Chery, Lazenay, Lury-sur-Arnon and Preuilly in the Cher département and Diou and Reuilly in the Indre.
White wines are produced here from Sauvignon blanc and reds from Pinot noir. Rose is also produced from the Pinot Gris grape.
Look for the white wines of Henri Beurdin or those from Domaine Claude Lafond. Domaine de Reuilly also produces some very good examples of Sauvignon blanc from their "Les Pierres Plates" vineyard.
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