2022 Domaine du Salvard Cheverny Rosé, Loire Valley, France


On the nose it shows fragrant aromas of garden fresh strawberries, blood-oranges, rhubarb, and roses. The palate is light bodied with crisp acidity and lingering minerality. Culminating in a lively dry finish, this wine is best enjoyed well chilled.

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The Domaine du Salvard Cheverny rosé is made from a blend of 65% Pinot Noir and 35% Gamay harvested from 20 year old vines. 70% of the wine was vinified in temperature controlled tanks in contact with the grapes skins to draw a small amount of color. Elegant and subtle, in the glass this rosé is light pink in colour with a tint of copper on the rim.


Domaine du Salvard has been a working domaine since 1898, through five hardworking generations of the Delaille family. Today, all forty-two hectares of vineyards are farmed by the capable brother team of Emmanuel and Thierry Delaille, with help from their father Gilbert. To our delight, they have carried on the traditions established by their ancestors, producing a true, classic Cheverny that is both simple and elegant. The Delaille brothers have focused their attention on growing fresh, lively Sauvignon Blanc, deeply rooted in the sand, clay, and limestone plains of northeastern Touraine. Pinot Noir, Gamay, and Cot constitute their red grape holdings, creating youthful reds with great aromatics. Gilbert and his sons have also made their own contributions to the heritage of the domaine, including the introduction of sustainable farming practices into the vineyards, as well as temperature-controlled vinification equipment to the winery.

Until finally achieving A.O.C. status in 1993, Cheverny was widely regarded as one of the best V.D.Q.S. (Vin de Qualité Superieur) of the Loire. However, some argue that this A.O.C.-in-waiting designation was a political maneuver by the I.N.A.O. to keep Cheverny’s delicious, sprightly Sauvignon Blanc out of competition with the other more famous appellations of Sancerre and Pouilly-Fumé. Kermit was the first to discover the charm and value of Cheverny back in 1978 when he imported the Domaine Jean Gueritte. He took on the Cheverny of Domaine du Salvard in 1992, a year before the status change in the appellation. We continue to tout the domaine’s wine as one of the greatest values for Sauvignon Blanc perfection.


Grape(s) Pinot Noir, Gamay
Farming Sustainable