Château du Nozet is a winery located in the Loire Valley wine region of France, specifically in the commune of Pouilly-sur-Loire in the eastern part of the Loire Valley. The estate covers about 18 hectares of vineyards, primarily planted with the Sauvignon Blanc grape variety, which is used to produce the famous Pouilly-Fumé wines.
The winery is owned by Baron Patrick de Ladoucette, who also owns other famous wine estates in the region. The vineyards are situated on slopes that overlook the Loire River, and benefit from a combination of limestone, clay, and flint soils, which contribute to the minerality and complexity of the wines.
Château du Nozet produces several different cuvées of Pouilly-Fumé, including a flagship wine made from grapes grown on the estate's oldest vines. The wines are known for their elegance, finesse, and crisp acidity, as well as their aromas and flavors of citrus, green apple, and flint.
In addition to the Pouilly-Fumé wines, Château du Nozet also produces a small amount of red wine from Pinot Noir grapes grown in the nearby commune of Sancerre.