The ROGER family descends from a long line of winegrowers from the village of Bué. The first texts that mention the name date back to the early 17th century.
Jean-Max Roger took over the four hectares of vines left to him by his parents in the early 1970s and expanded the estate to its current size. Beginning in 2004, two of his three sons, Etienne and Thibault, came back to work at the estate after various professional careers in France and abroad. His third son, Xavier, lives his passion for wine in the Languedoc-Roussillon region.
Today, the estate covers a surface area of 26 ha in the Sancerre AOC area of production which is located along the Loire River. It also includes 6 ha of vines located in the Menetou-Salon AOC area of production where the first plantations date back to 1981. They produce white wines made from Sauvignon Blanc as well as reds and rosés from Pinot Noir. They also produce Pouilly-Fumé, in the neighbouring appellation located opposite Sancerre on the left bank of the Loire.