Chateau de Tracy

A selection of wines from Chateau de Tracy in the Loire. An organic approach to viticulture is followed but the Chateau is not certified as being organic. No pesticides are used, yields are kept very low and strict canopy management is used. The first members of the noble Scottish Stutt family in France were part of a large army that came from Scotland in the fifteenth century to helpo the future King Charles V11 of France during the hundred year war. After Naturalisation, their name was Gallicised to become d'Estutt. In 1586, Francois Stutt married Francois de Bar who brought with her the dowry of the Lordship of Tracey, where the tradition of vine growing had been taking place for centuries. Still family owned, the Chateau produces Pouilly Fume's that are classically made styled and elegant.
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Chateau de Tracy

A selection of wines from Chateau de Tracy in the Loire. An organic approach to viticulture is followed but the Chateau is not certified as being organic. No pesticides are used, yields are kept very low and strict canopy management is used. The first members of the noble Scottish Stutt family in France were part of a large army that came from Scotland in the fifteenth century to helpo the future King Charles V11 of France during the hundred year war. After Naturalisation, their name was Gallicised to become d'Estutt. In 1586, Francois Stutt married Francois de Bar who brought with her the dowry of the Lordship of Tracey, where the tradition of vine growing had been taking place for centuries. Still family owned, the Chateau produces Pouilly Fume's that are classically made styled and elegant.
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