Thierry & Jean-Marie Puzelat

Clos du Tue-Bœuf, Loire Valley

The winery story for the Puzelat brothers, Thierry and Jean-Marie, began in the 90s in the family estate, the Clos du Tue-Bœuf, located in Les Montils. In 1996, the duo decided to convert their vineyards to organic farming and removed all additives in the cellar. They are now at the heart of the natural wine movement and produce some of the most interesting Loire wines.

The Clos du Tue-Bœuf estate includes 10 hectares of Cheverny and 4 hectares of Touraine, which are surrounded by forests, allowing them to maintain a balanced ecosystem.

"Being a winemaker to offer singular wines steeped in the terroir and climate that witnessed their birth" - Puzelat brothers

      Location Loire Valley
      Apellation Cheverny AOC, Touraine AOC
      Size 10 hectares + 4 hectares in Touraine
      Soil Clay and flint on limestone, silica, sand and gravel
      Varieties cultivated Gamay, Malbec, Menu Pineau, Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc, Romorantin, Chenin Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris
      Yields/Annual production Around 40 hl per hectare
      Age of vines From 15 to 40 years
      Farming/Winemaking Vines are organically grown, wines undergo no addition of yeast and sulfur, aged in wooden vats and not filtered
      Certification Qualité France (1998)
      Odoo - Sample 1 for three columns


      Le Petit Buisson 2017

        $180.00 HKD

      Sauvignon Blanc


      Odoo - Sample 2 for three columns

      Vin Rouge 2017

      $155.00 HKD

      Gamay

       
      Odoo - Sample 3 for three columns

      Le P'tit Blanc 2017

      $155.00 HKD

      Sauvignon Blanc