This 100% Sauvignon white wine has a floral and fruity nose combining white flowers with citrus fruits, a resplendent golden robe with glints of green, and a lively, refreshing palate. Fish tartare, smoked salmon or a girolle mushroom omelets will go perfectly with La Moussière’s freshness and purity.Learn More
Pale bright color with green highlights. Fresh, intense and elegant nose, dominated by floral notes and white fruit aromas of pear and peach. Lively and harmonious wine, with a perfect balance between sweetness and acidity, and powerful, persistent.Learn More
Bernard Fouquet, a quiet-spoken man, is making some of the most serious Vouvray of the last few vintages. He is now regarded in France and the international press as one of the top three Vouvray producers. No one succeeds better than Bernard in capturing the mineral tones unique to Vouvray’s soil, with the marvelous balance of explosive fruit and titillating sensation of the Chenin Blanc grape.Learn More
Bouvet Rose Brut exhibits a brilliant, delicate salmon-pink color punctuated by fine, pinpoint bubbles which suggest the wines fresh, raspberry and cassis fragrance. On the palate it is very dry and crisp, with plump, succulent red fruit flavors offset by subtle earthy notes and a lovely generosity on the clean, persistent finish.Learn More
Bouvet Brut is produced from grapes grown on the chalky limestone slopes of Saumur and adjacent appellations. Light, dry and finely-fruited, with a delicate sparkle, it is refreshing and crisp on the palate.
A beautiful deep-red color. A harmonious bouquet of ripe red berries. On the palate the attack is full with a lot of substance. This is a smooth, elegant wine that lingers after tasting. Ideal for delicatessen, red meat, small game, or soft cheeses.Learn More
Made with 100% Sauvignon Blanc. Intense and complex, this fresh, mineral wine with hints of grapefruit is a perfect match for seafood, grilled light fish and goat cheese. The Sancerre Blanc vines are planted in communes within the Sancerre appellation. Grapes are harvested terroir by terroir when they reach their peak of ripeness. The juices from each individual terroir are then blended harmoniously to yield a unique and versatile wine. Learn More
Their wine making process is designed to allow the terroir to express itself: the must racking and fermentation process are done at cold temperatures and followed by a controlled lees aging process. Light crisp yellow with golden touches. The bouquet is subtle, fresh and fruity, with flinty notes and white flowers. In mouth: this wine is harmoniously crisp and round with a long. Learn More
Deliciously sweet, fresh and juicy, suggesting wild cherries and raspberries - a mingling of reds and blacks - laced with violets, sweet and savory herbs, a sprinkle of white pepper and hint of minerality. Blossoms in the glass, gaining depth and persistence. Learn More
This wine is both rich and mineral. The wine is vinified and matured in smaller big barrels (600 l) barrels for 9 to 10 months. This wine is of good consistency and is the ideal accompaniment for smoked fish dishes. It also goes perfectly with cheese.
Opaque ruby color. Fruit forward nose with a touch of cinnamon and vanilla. Leather, tobacco, blackberry jam and a hint of herbaceousnes on the palate. Goes well with veal, pork, game, rich fish (salmon, tune, etc.) and poultry. Learn More
The first nose is unusually complex for a young wine. Is breeding amphora? Meanwhile we enjoy or rather it will taste as it will have to wait still a little so that the structure relaxes a tad. Learn More
Seduction and fun to taste this wine mesmerizing after young vines of Chenin (20 years old). Round and fat, this wine surprised by the presence of a typical minerality of the slate soils, which provides a perfect balance between freshness and richness of texture.Learn More
Daniel Chotard and his son Simon farm 27 acres of sauvignon blanc in the village of Crezancy, where the soils are a confluence of flint, clay and limestone. They tend to harvest late, creating a riper balance and smoother integration of acidity in this wine. It’s salty and firm, with white pepper spice under the comfortable ripeness, all with an underlying limestone drive of acidity.
This pinot noir is juicy, medium-bodied, and very quaffable! It’s brimming with sprightly red fruit. Aromas of cherry, cranberry, and bay leaf are bright and inviting. There is an enjoyable tartness and a hint of chalky minerality – the wine is soft on the palate and low in alcohol. It’s juicy freshness makes a wonderful partner to late summer veggies like eggplant. Learn More
This wine exemplifies the finest expressions of the Sauvignon Blanc grape grown in the Sancerre terroir. This is a blend of 50% grapes grown in clay-limestone soil which gives the wine its richness and power and 50% grapes grown in the stony, calcareous "caillottes" which gives it freshness, vivacity and fruitiness. This is a perfect wine to serve as an aperitif, with seafood, and even with certain cheeses such as the local goat's milk crottin de Chavignol.
Intensely rich, and elegantly reflecting the same velvet-coated tannins indigenous to the clay amnd limestone terroir where the black truffle is grown, this exquisitely rustic wine displays opulent flavors of roasted nuts and woodland berries; a true distinction of its heritage as a cabernet franc grape. Savored with a French or ashen-rind goat cheese, beef tenderloin, or with fresly shaven black truffles, it is an exceptional wine to decant and drink now but has the structure to cellar age and relish for later.Learn More
The fruit, the barrel, antidepressant and homeopathy, thirst, pleasure without moderation. Dark red hue, purple, dark. Powerful nose of beautiful fruits (raspberry, cherry). Round mouth, attractive and tasty.Learn More
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