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All the wines at this beautiful little organic domaine are made from 100% Chenin Blanc but vary in degrees of sweetness depending on where the grapes are harvested from. Planted in the sandy clay soils over tuffeau (that magical chalky soil of the Loire), these wines show the range of the quality that can be found in Vouvray for a mere pittance.
Price: $15.99

Chateau d’Epiré is an 11 hectare estate. This bottling is sourced from 30- 55-year- old vines in schist soils. From importer Kermit Lynch: "Despite the beauty and timelessness of the building structures, it is the vineyard for which the domaine is best known. The Savennières from Epiré is regarded as Grand Cru. The domaine works primarily three parcels: La Croix Picot, Le Parc, and Le Hu-Boyau. It is the latter that sits just above another famous vineyard, La Coulée de Serrant. The soils here are rich, and the microclimate is ideal. Southern and south-ea...
Price: $22.99


Joel B. Payne writes: "If any producer has reached mythical status on the Loire, it is certainly Nicolas Joly. He is known to many, even to those who have never tasted a single glass of his wine, as the leading latter-day partisan of Rudolf Steiner’s agricultural philosophy. Given that he produces only 40,000 bottles from their 15 hectares of vineyard, it is not surprising that many wine lovers may never have even seen one." *Biodynamic*
Price: $59.99

91 points Wine Spectator: "Elegant and racy, showing rapierlike focus, exhibiting notes of Bosc pear, green plum and verbena. Silky in texture, with a soft mouthfeel. The acidity brings forth ginger and quinine hints on the mouthwatering finish. Best from 2021 through 2028. 500 cases made, 150 cases imported. (AZ)" (03/2020)
Price: $14.99


95-97 points Chris Kissack, Winedoctor.com: "Two components of the final blend tasted. Barrel #1: From the 25-year old vines, representing about 20% of the final blend. Intense, expressive, laden with stone and schist. Beautifully styled, fresh, polished, tense, but carrying plum, peach and orange fruits. Minerally, still showing some residual carbon dioxide. Long and persistent. Barrel #2: A blended barrel, wine from all three parcels, representing about 80% of the final blend. A more reticent nose, more subtle, but smoky and minerally. Great energy on ...
Price: $41.99

95-97 points Chris Kissack, Winedoctor.com: "From six rows in the Clos des Mailles, the vines identified and the fruit separated out in the basis of a band of phthanite which runs through the vineyard, which is otherwise blue schist. This sample comes from a 2013 barrel, although the vinification was in barrel, jarre and a 1.5-hectolitre demi-john. This has a striking and clearly quite different character to the 2018 Clos des Mailles component barrels just tasted. The nose is all honey and straw, with perfumed pear, and yet it feels so tense. The palate ...
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