Château Favray is a winery located in the heart of the Pouilly-Fumé appellation in the Loire Valley, France. The winery is named after the Favray family, who owned the property in the 17th century. Today it is run by the Saget family, who have been producing wines in the Loire Valley since 1790.
Château Favray owns more than 18 hectares of vineyards, which are planted with the Sauvignon Blanc grape variety. The vineyards are located on south-facing slopes overlooking the Loire River, which creates a unique microclimate for the vines. The soil consists of a mixture of clay and limestone, which gives the wines their minerality and complexity.
The winemaking at Château Favray is traditional and the grapes are harvested by hand. The wines are fermented in stainless steel tanks and aged on the lees for several months to add depth and complexity. Château Favray produces a range of Pouilly-Fumé wines, including a classic cuvée, a single vineyard wine called "Les Deux Cailloux" and a limited edition wine called "Le Grand Rochoy". The wines are known for their bright acidity, intense fruit flavors and mineral complexity.