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Producer Christophe Hallereau wasn't interested in being in the wine business until he inherited his family vineyards. While maintaining his day job in agriculture, he became a weekend warrior winemaker maintaining the property and the cellar library. Years later and with 8 hectares in the village of Vallet, he now runs the local association of growers. All wines are fermented in concrete with native yeasts and minimal additions of SO2. Subsoils in the region are igneous with vineyards composed primarily of mica-schist. Vallet is a pending cru appellatio...
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Joël Taluau was a fabulous grower in St-Nicolas de Bourgueil known for making some of the purest expressions of Cabernet Franc in the Loire, unmarred by the intrusion of oak. He was also the first producer in the appellation to begin domaine bottling. After Joel passed away, his daughter Veronique now makes wines with the help of her husband, Thierry Foltzenlogel. The Vieilles Vignes comes from 35 to 80-year-old vines on clay-limestone soils.
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The wines of Aurore Dezat are a regular feature in our wine club offerings, and her vibrant Sancerre is an easy favorite among K&L staff as well. Aurore makes wine on her family estate in Sury-en-Vaux, which was established by her grandfather. Before Aurore took over the estate, most of the fruit was sold off through négociants. She has slowly phased out the négociant contracts. The estate is home to more than just vines, with grain crops and farm animals also finding a home there, but for Aurore, the focus is on the wine. She farms organically and empha...
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The Bedouet family's history in the region dates back to the 1890s, when the estate was created by Henri Bedouet. His grandson, Michel, took possession and expanded the holdings when he assumed the reins in 1990. In 2010, he began the conversion to organic farming. Le Pallet is in the heart of the appellation and is one of the newly elevated Crus in the region. These are some of the oldest vines in Michel's holdings, planted on gneiss and mica-schist, farmed organically, hand harvested and aged for two years sur lie with an additional year in bottle be...
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Domaine des Huards was founded in 1846 and is now on its 7th generation. Since 1998 they have been certified biodynamic by Biodyvin. This 100% Romorantin comes from 30- to 40-year-old vines, the wine is aged 6 months on the lees. A very ageable example of this little-known Loire grape. *Biodynamic*
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Catherine Dhoye-Deruet took over the family estate in 1990 from her father. The family has been growing Chenin Blanc wine in the area of Vouvray since 1712. With five hectares in production and one more to be planted, the grapes are harvested manually and crops are limited to about 35-40 hectoliters per hectare. Her cellars are carved into the limestone cliffs in the Vallée Coquette. The vineyard management here is minimalist, in that the pruning is extremely short, and the treatments only when absolutely necessary. The goal here is to create wines which...
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91 points John Gilman: "The 2020 Jasnières Sec from Sébastien Cornille is quite a bit riper than the 2021 version (fourteen percent versus 12.5 percent octane), which fully underscores how different these two growing seasons were in the eastern Loire Valley. The bouquet is deep, ripe and zesty, hopping from the glass in a mix of fresh pineapple, sweet quince, chalky soil, a hint of beeswax and a topnote of orange peel. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied and plush at the core, with fine focus, a lovely gridle of acidity, good soil undertow and a ...
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The Vacheron vineyards are all close to the village of Sancerre itself and have been in the family for 9 generations. Today, this domaine is run by two cousins, the Messieurs Vacheron. Both have sons studying viticulture to carry on the family tradition. The vineyards cover 34 hectares with two principal soil types; "silex" and "caillotte" or chalk. Organic viticulture has been a goal of the family for a number of years; as of 2003, the entire estate is certified organic. The following year the winery was converted completely to biodynamic agriculture-to...
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When Jean Noel Millon took over winemaking and farming at his family's estate in 1998, he represented the seventh generation to do so. The 10-hectare farm is certified organic and Millon complements the soil with herbal teas and homemade composts to strengthen the vines' natural defenses.
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Established over 50 years ago, the 4th generation of the Denis family now runs this operation. Julien is the winemaker, Stephane in charge of the viticulture and Vincent oversees the administration and sales. Over the last few decades the property has grown from 5 to 80 hectares that stretch across the appellation including some very select parcels in the Coteaux du Layon (home of one of the region's great dessert wines). The Anjou Villages is a blend of 60% Cabernet Sauvignon and 40% Cabernet Franc grown on volcanic soils. This soil imparts a warmth tha...
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When Jean Noel Millon took over winemaking and farming at his family's estate in 1998, he represented the seventh generation to do so. The 10-hectare farm is certified organic and Millon complements the soil with herbal teas and homemade composts to strengthen the vines' natural defenses. Winery tasting notes: "It is the emblematic wine of the estate with its aromatic expression of red fruit. The palate is crunchy and juicy with ripe, fresh fruit which gives it good drinkability." *Organic*
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91 points Vinous: "This young Clos de la Coulée de Serrant is soft, round and mouthfilling. The fruit quality of the 2020 is concentrated and succulent without weight, but there's a light farmyardy character to the wine. Offering excellent grip and a fiery schist-derived finish. The alcohol (14.5%) is lightly warming but compared with some previous vintages, it's a little better judged. (RG)" (06/2022) K&L Notes: One of the most well-known proponents of natural winemaking. Joel B. Payne for Vinous writes: "If any producer has reached mythical status on...
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Bid on this 4-bottle lot of 2020 Domaine Huët "Le Mont" Vouvray Sec (96VN, 95RP, 94JG, 93WS). Vinous: "White flowers, pineapple and just-ripe pear combine in the 2020 Le Mont Sec from Huet, which offers just enough youthful puppy fat on the concentrated midpalate before finishing with mouthwatering acidity providing precision and line. It delivers intensity of fruit, yet it's light on its feet. Fine phenolics offer a delicate but self-assured sense of structure and poise. Delightfully balanced, and better a day after opening. (RG)" (03/2021)
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