Clos de l'Elu Anjou Blanc 2013
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.
Clos de l’Elu was originally established by two brothers in the 1950s who sold their grapes to local negociants and in 2008 they retired selling their estate to Thomas Carsin and Grégoire du Bouëxic. Thomas, an agricultural engineer by training became enamored with viticulture during his studies and once his formal education was complete, he traveled to Sonoma, Champagne and Provence supporting himself as a viticultural consultant while learning enology by working in various cellars.