|Appellation||AOP Muscadet Sèvre et Maine Clisson|
|Grape variety||Melon de Bourgogne|
|Vineyard||Plot selection from 50-year-old, low-yield vines. Organic wine. Tilling of soils and manual harvest, with sorting on the plot.|
|Winemaking & Ageing||Pressing of whole bunches in a pneumatic press and selection of musts. Gentle cold settling. Fermentation with natural yeasts. Aged 24 months on lees, in underground vats.|
|Food-Wine pairings||Grilled fish, white meats and exotic cuisine.|
Clisson, south of Nantes, is Muscadet’s prettiest town with its Breton influences and romantic Italian feel. This wine is made from old vines on granite and harvested by hand. Two years’ ageing on lees result in a creamy texture with notes of smokiness, candied citrus and sweet spices. Ideal for ageing and pairing with food.
|Wine Advocate||Wine Enthusiast||Bettane + Desseauve|
|Jancis Robinson||Revue du Vin de France||Wine Spectator|