Muscadet Sèvre et Maine sur Lie - Le Perd son Pain
Formerly, farmers used to work this enclosed plot on poor soils : they were "losing their bread" !
Since then, the vineyard took place. This qualitative soil suits the vine Melon B. It produces a naturally rich, fruity and distinguished wine.
The wine-making "on lees" gives harmony and freshness, appreciated by wine connoisseurs.
Best served between 9°C and 11°C (around 50°F), Le Perd son Pain is the wine for every occasion.
It will be perfect to accompany seafood and shellfish.
Muscadet Sèvre et Maine sur Lie - Les Trois Versants " Vieilles Vignes"
Les Trois Versants is made from particularly well exposed old vineyards : the grape ripening is perfect.
Around 10% of the production is vinified in oak barrels. Wood does not dominate wine, it brings substance and structure.
This characteristic vintage is not racked to protect aromas and fineness. Bottling is made directly on the lees. This method gives this wine length in the mouth, which means it is a great Muscadet.
Muscadet Sèvre et Maine - Cru Communal - Monnières - Saint Fiacre
Monnières - Saint Fiacre is a fine wine from Nantes wine area.
The vineyard lies right in the Muscadet production area, on the best exposed gneiss hillsides, between the rivers Sèvre and Maine.
This 100% Melon B. vineyard is grown traditionally. Production is moderate. Ripeness achieves excellence. Grapes are handpicked.
Wine is then matured on lees for at least 30 months after fermentation stage, with regular stirring of the lees.
Monnières - Saint Fiacre offers a great mineral taste, with expressive nose dominated by fruitiness, and fills the mouth with well-balanced flavour.
Méthode Traditionnelle - Perles des Rochettes
Quality sparkling wine, the "Perles des Rochettes" is produced according to the traditional method (9 months on laths in underground cellars) in order to emphasize the freshness of the Folle Blanche and the fruitiness of the Melon B.
With an occasion or not, you will enjoy the "Perles des Rochettes" natural or in a kir royal.