2007 Aubiniere Muscadet Sèvre et Maine Sur Lie

SKU #1049397

Pale yellow with greenish highlights and an intense floral bouquet with overtones of spice and fruit. The richness, balance and freshness of this wine make it an excellent example of its appellation. It is enjoyable young, but will age well for several years to come. It is grown in a mixture of volcanic rock and light, stony soil, either silica-based (mica-schist gneiss) or more alkaline (gabbro amphibolite greenstone). Its balance and freshness make it the perfect accompaniment to seafood and white meat dishes.

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Staff Image By: Jacques Moreira | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 9/12/2009 | Send Email
If you like raw oysters but never had the opportunity to try with Muscadet - you should! You know, in Sommelier school, along with Sauternes & Foie Gras, this is one of the basic "classic pairings" we learn. And it's true! L'Aubiniere 2007 is one of those Muscadets that is text-book perfect for the job. Crispy, slightly spicy, tingling and full of the oceanic presence we find in some wines grown with the sea influence. I'll say it again "perfect" with raw oysters, but also crabs, scallops, Blanquette de Veau, prawn cocktail, egg dishes such as Souffle, fishcakes, greens salad and vinegar dressing (very hard to pair!), Taramasalata, and any white fish dishes with a white wine sauce.

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