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Muscadet Sèvre et Maine

"Cru Communal 2016"

Muscadet Sèvre et Maine 
Grape variety:
Melon de Bourgogne 100%
From only one and the same parcel which is located on a subsoil of granodiorite (calc-alkaline granite) called "granite of Château-Thébaud and gneiss from this granite.

This wine requires time to develop its qualities and requires prolonged aging on lees, from 36 to 48 months, see more.This cuvée was bottled on July 5, 2018.

2014 vintage awards:

  • 1 star in the 2019 Hachette Wine Guide

  • Decant 92 points

  • Gilbert & Gaillard Guide 2020 90 points


Tasting from the oenologist:
Dress :  Brilliant straw yellow reflections
Nose :  Powerful dominated by the minerality of gunflint aromas, mixed with the complexity of menthol and citrus notes such as clementine

Attack of mouth very structured, composed of nuances of candied lemon zest and jasmine which evolves towards the power of toasted notes.The fat in the middle of the mouth gives us a wine with a silky texture with a powerful finish of great length on the essences of timut pepper



Food and wine pairings:
Fish in sauce or grilled, seafood, charcuterie, cheese, dessert.



Custody and advice:
To taste at 12/13°
Open one hour before tasting, you can also decant it so that it expresses itself perfectly
.It is a wine for laying down that we can enjoy for many years.

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