The appellation is located in central France in the wine-growing region Loire in the neighborhood of the appellation Quincy around 70 km from the Loire. It received AC status for white wine, rosé and red wine in 1937, followed in 1961. It is a very old wine-growing region, which was first mentioned in writing in the 9th century. The document in question explains that Reuilly was bequeathed to the Saint-Denis Abbey by King Dagobert I (608 / 610-639) with his lands, forests and vineyards. The area comprises the seven municipalities of Cerbois, Chéry, Diou, Lazenay Lury, Preuilly and Reuilly in the two departments of Indre and Cher,
The planted vineyards cover around 200 hectares on a limestone base with sand and gravel deposits on the banks of the three rivers Cher, Théols and Arnon. There is continental climate in front. The white wines will unmixed out Sauvignon Blanc vinified. The red and rose wines are mainly made up of Pinot Noir (with around 50% of the area) and Pinot gris blended. Well-known producers include Bernard Aujard, Domaine Henri Beurdin, Francois Charpentier, Gerard Cordier, Pascal Desroches, Claude Lafond, Les Poëte, Denis Jamain - Domaine de Reilly, Domaine Valéry Renaudat, Jean-Michel Sorbe and Jacques Vincent.