Characterized mainly by sandy soils on clay from Sologne, this terroir is perfectly suited to the production of white wines from the Sauvignon grape variety. The Sauvignon grape has made this unique territory its kingdom.
Located at an average altitude of about 105m, its relief is not marked distinctively.
Predominantly sandy-loam soils, it is similar in context to the Gâtine areas: the sedimentary basin of shell and sand offers an original touch.
The area is spread out largely around the cooperative winery: Choussy, Couddes, Contres, Sassay and St Romain sur Cher. So many bell towers dominate the undulating landscape, where the long sandy ridges are filled by the vineyards.
The parcels are scattered in an increasingly wooded Sologne: throughout the towns of Chémery, Soings in Sologne, Méhers, the mounds are more often stony.