The style of Sauvignon wines from Touraine Oisly is very different from the other sauvignons in the Loire Valley.
The production rules encourage winemakers to push the ripeness of the grape variety. Extended aging on fine lees gives this wine roundness, body, and length.
When tasting these wines, the style is charming, developing fruity and floral aromas with a pleasant finesse, behind the fading varietal character of the grape variety.
These wines reach their perfect expression in their early youth, accompanying light and succulent dishes such as Loire fish terrines, crayfish in a lemongrass nage, Touraine chicken curry, rillettes and Touraine rions, asparagus, crunchy vegetables from the Loire Valley, goat cheeses such as the excellent Selles-sur-Cher and Sainte-Maure from Touraine.