Domaine Dyckerhoff is the project of husband-wife team Christian and Bénédicte, and while they are transplants to the Loire (Germany and Alsace, respectively), their wines are classic Loire. The couple has five hectares in the Reuilly appellation, which sits just east of Sancerre, near the city of Bourges. The appellation sits on a small outcrop of limestone, an island of land perfect for wine production, surrounded by farmland otherwise dedicated to grain production. The focus of the estate is sauvignon blanc, which they have planted in three different north-facing lieu-dits, as well as 1.5 hectares of pinot noir and pinot gris, with which they make one red and one rosé. Their Reuilly is brightly aromatic, with notes of passionfruit and citrus, and a linear palate layered with bracing acidity and clean mineral texture. Pair with fresh goat cheeses and light fish dishes, like trout finished with parsley and butter.