This vintage of excellence comes from a selection of the best plots of the Nantes vineyard. In addition to the requirements to qualify for the “cru” appellation, patient, meticulous and rigorous work is added, both in the vineyard and in the cellar. This cuvée, vinified for at least 36 months, reflects the best that our terroir offers.
Bottled at the castle
Nose: slightly smoky, dried fruits, chalk
Palate: nice attack, persistent minerality, good length, round on the palate, slightly buttery, toasted, note of hazelnut
Food pairing: raw fish, seared scallops, gravelax salmon , tartare and ceviche, fresh goat and sheep cheeses, spicy dishes.
Wine region: Loire Valley
Appellation: AOC Muscadet Sèvre et Maine
Grape variety: 100% Melon de Bourgogne
Wine type: Dry white
Soil: Argilo-siliceous / Gneiss and mica schist
Aging – Vinification: pneumatic pressing, underground vat, fermentation at low temperature to magnify the aromas, aging on fine lees for a minimum of 36 months with some stirring of the lees
Keeping: 5 to 10 years
Serving temperature: between 10° and 12°