The Jean Pabiot family estate (named “Domaine des Fines Caillottes” to differentiate itself from the six other Pabiot in Pouilly) dates back to the late 19th century. Located in the village of Les Loges, the domaine is run by Alain and his son Jérôme Pabiot, who represent the 4th and 5th generations respectively. It covers 29 hectares of choice sites in Pouilly Fumé, spread over 5 communes and fragmented in 30 parcels. The sites (around 200 meters above sea level) have varying terroirs, all of which combine to give the wine remarkable complexity and nuance. The main types are limestone covered with small white pebbles (caillottes); marl with fossilized oysters; and flint. The subsoil is clay-limestone. The vines average 20 years of age, and the oldest vines, totaling 3 hectares, are over 40 years old on very stony soils. The total production is about 16,700 cases per year.
Farming practices: Certified Terra Vitis and HVE (Haute Valeur Environnementale) level 3, the highest existing level.