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Type: Dry white
Appellation: Muscadet Sèvre et Maine
Site & Vines: Single Parcel of Melon de Bourgogne on Granite. 50-60 year old vines.
Vinification & Elevage: Hand harvested, pressed pneumatically and aged on the lees for 15 months in underground concrete tank.
Production: 35hl/ha; 23,400 btls, 400 mags
Age-ability: Will age for over 10 years.
Suggested Pairings: Lobster tartare, Sushis and sashimi of white fish, seabass and seabream, refined oysters, crayfish.
Notes: Pronounced flint, citrus and salty notes, salty notes. This is the most crystalline and direct of the single parcel bottlings. It's the most age-worthy and seems almost upright as opposed to broad on the palate, in spite of being deeply textured and having a long finish. A wine with a great length and an iodized persistence.