Located along the banks of the river Loire, to the east of Bourges, the Sancerre vineyard stretches over 2,770 hectares.

Three types of soils predominate in the Sancerre region:
– clay and limestone white soils, the "terres blanches",
situated on the hills of the most western part of the "Sancerrois".
– pebbly soils, the "caillottes".
– siliceous-clayey soils(to the east of the vineyard, on the hills).

The Sancerre Appellation extends over the villages of Bannay,
Bué, Crézancy, Menetou-Ratel, Ménétréol, Montigny, St-Satur,
Ste-Gemme, Sancerre, Sury-en-vaux, Thauvenay, Veaugues,
Verdigny and Vinon