2015 Julien Braud "Forty Ounce" Muscadet Sèvre et Maine

SKU #1264648

Yes, you are reading that correctly, a "40oz" of organic Muscadet. Drop the mic... Boom!

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Price: $14.99

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By: Andrew Whiteley | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 7/1/2016 | Send Email
I'm pretty sure I've never been so excited for Muscadet. Like always, the price is incredible, but the formatting is spectacular. 40oz of glory. The wine is terrific. It's light, refreshing, has great acidity, pairs perfectly with any sort of seafood. You can't go wrong here. I mean c'mon, it's 40oz of Muscadet. What more could you want?

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Melon de Bourgogne

- A white wine grape that originated in Burgundy, Melon de Bourgogne has, sadly, essentially vanished from that region. But fans of the varietal need not despair; its virtual disappearance from this pricy zip code has not prevented it from thriving in the Loire Valley, where it is made into the affordable, zippy, mineral, citrusy wines of Muscadet that pair so well with oysters. The best of those wines come from the region Muscadet de Sèvre et Maine. It is sometimes simply referred to as Muscadet.


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