Our varietal wines and Gros Plant sur Lie du Pays Nantais

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of the Pays Nantais

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Gamay Rosé

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Chardonnay

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Sauvignon

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Pinot Gris

GROS PLANT SUR LIE
OF THE PAYS NANTAIS

Appellation:
Gros Plant Sur Lie of the Pays Nantais
Vintage:
2017
Grape variety:
Folle blanche
Terroir:
Granit
Average vine age:
30 years

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Tasting:
Colour: Very pale with green highlights
Nose: Scent of fresh flowers, peach, lemon zest and a hint of iodine
Palate: After a fresh attack, this wine reveals a subtle accent of citrus fruits, crisp apple and green tea on the palate.

 

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Best food pairing:
In a kir as an aperitif, with a seafood platter, oysters

 

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Keeping and advice:
Serve at 9/11 °
Drink within 2 years

IGP Val de Loire
ROSÉ

Appellation:
IGP Val de Loire
Vintage:
2017
Grape variety:
Gamay, Cabernet and Sauvignon
Terroir:
Sand-Clay
Average vine age:
20 years

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Tasting:
This pale pink robe wine delivers aromas of wild strawberry and wild peach.
It is silky and full of finesse on the palate

 

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Best food pairing:
Pizza, grilled meats, mixed salads, red fruit desserts, fruit salads, or just for pleasure

 

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Keeping and advice:
Serve at 8/10 °
Drink within the first year

IGP Loire Valley
CHARDONNAY

Appellation:
IGP Loire Valley
Vintage:
2017
Grape variety:
Chardonnay
Terroir:
Sand-clay
Average vine age:
20 years

1 star in the Hachette Wine Guide 2018

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Tasting:
A pale yellow robe with green reflections, aromas of William pear and liquorice with a biscuit and hazelnut finish.
The mouth is tonic and joyous, offering a mineral touch as a finish typical of wines full of character.

 

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Best food pairing:
Seafood, grilled fish or in sauce, smoked salmon, poultry and cheese

 

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Keeping and advice:
Serve at 9/11 °
Drink within 2-5 years

IGP Loire Valley
SAUVIGNON

Appellation:
IGP Loire Valley
Vintage:
2016
Grape varieties:
Sauvignon
Terroir:
Clayey
Average vine age:
15 years

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Tasting:
A pale yellow robe with silvery reflections delivering amylic aromas followed by a touch of boxwood and exotic fruit.
The attack is smooth and soft, enhanced by a slight taste of lime.

  

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Best food pairing:
Oysters, seafood, cured meats, and goat cheese.

 

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Keeping and advice:
Serve at 8/10°
Drink when it is young

IGP Loire Valley
PINOT GRIS

Appellation:
IGP Loire Valley
Vintage:
2017
Grape variety:
Pinot Gris
Terroir:
Sand-clay
Average age of the vines:
10 years

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Tasting:
On the nose, hints of white peach, kiwi and mandarin.
Fleshy on the palate with a silky finish enhancing its aromatic complexity.

 

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Best food pairing:
Aperitif, foie gras and dessert

 

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Keeping and advice:
Serve at 8/10°
Open 1 hour before serving
Drink within 2 years