Henry Pellé takes its roots in Morogues on the far east of the Loire Valley. The family cellars are close to the village centre and each of their vineyard plots are in the neighbouring Menetou-salon and Sancerre appellation.
For a long time Menetou-Salon lived in the shadows of its popular Sancerre neighbours, with the Pelle family contributing into bringing the appellation into light.
In Morogues, four generations of Pellé have passed on their passion, one to the next and have built a solid reputation on the quality and robustness of their Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blancs wines.
Paul-Henry Pellé like his great-grandfather, grandfather and father, chose to become a wine grower. He is currently running the domaine and progressively took an organic approach to its wines.
The domaine is planted exclusively with Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir. The parcels are grown without the use of weed killer or pesticide and the soils are ploughed. The work carried out in the vineyards is designed to take the unique expressions of each one of the terroirs from the vine to the bottle.