The domaine is located in the village of Crézancy, a commune in the Cher department of France in the eastern part of the Loire Valley. Today the estate is managed by David Sautereau, who represents the 10th generation of his wine producing family. The continuation of the family domaine seems assured through David's two daughter: one is studying wine in Tours, and the other agronomy in Angers. David studied wine in Burgundy and Champagne, and also further afield in Switzerland, the USA, and Australia. Returning home he made his first harvest in 2017 in close cooperation with his parents and uncle. He is committed to the traditions of his heritage whilst adapting new techniques. 22 hectares are under vine planted with Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir in Sancerre, Crézancy and Bué for the production of white, rosé and red Sancerre. The soils represent the three terroirs of Sancerre: the prized flinty silex, which produces really long-lived wines; limestone pebbles known as caillottes, which produces elegant and fruity wines, and the clay-enriched Kimmeridgian limestone, which produces weightier wines. David makes modern Sancerre in a particularly fruity style, with added complexity from lees ageing.