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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...
Price: $12.99
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2020 Bedouet "Clos des Grands Primos" Muscadet Sèvre et Maine Sur Lie
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90 points Wine Enthusiast: "From a single vineyard, this wine is ripe and textured, with a creamy character that gives richness. Concentration brings out minerality and a saline edge. (RV)" (05/2022) K&L Notes: 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. The vines for the Clos des Grands Primos are planted on a mix of gneiss, mica, an...
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The Choblet family established their vineyards in 1945 in what would become the Muscadet Côtes de Grandlieu appellation. Now three generations deep, brothers Herve and Nicolas Choblet work together from vine to bottle to make some of the most interesting and dynamic Muscadets in the region. The vines are planted on a mix of mica-schist but mostly granitic soils, lending brilliant mineral tones to the wine. It is aged in tank for 8 months sur lie before bottling. Some moules frites, s'il vous plaît! (In Organic Conversion)
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92 points Wine Enthusiast: "Named after the confluence of the Sèvre and Maine rivers, this wine has ripe pepper and crisp fruit characters. Lemon and tangy orange flavors are enhanced by the strong mineral texture. The wine is a little young and will be better from late 2019. (RV)" (10/2019)
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Producer, Christophe Hallereau wasn't interested in being in the wine business until he inherited his family vineyards. Still maintaining his day job, he has become a weekend warrior winemaker maintaining the property and the cellar library. 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 granite, gneiss, and mica. Vallet is a pending cru appellation and is known for its clay based soils. The...
Price: $19.99

Muscadet as a simple, neutral, quaffing white? Not this one! Jo Landron is one of the very top producers in Muscadet. He has been completely organic since 1999 and is now certified biodynamic. He uses no chemicals of any kind in the vines, hand harvests, has natural yeast fermentations and plows all his vineyards. This cuvée is vinified with a very short time on the lees, without chaptalization, making this a super fresh and lower alcohol wine perfect with fresh oysters or as an aperitif. According to Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Jo Landron remains on...
Price: $17.99




90 points Vinous: "The 2020 Melon B is crisp with pure pear, apple and honeydew melon flavors. Wild fermented in concrete tanks, it offers lovely weight on the mid palate, no doubt derived from six months on lees as well as low yields of 35hl/ha. Pleasing saline conclusion. (RG)" (11/2021) K&L Notes: Third-generation winemaker Bernard farms 25 hectares alongside his son Benoît in Ancenis, north-east of Nantes. This part of the Coteaux de la Loire experiences warm days, cooled by proximity to the Atlantic that also helps reduce humidity is this wet area...
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Domaine de la Chauvinière was founded in 1946 and features 38 hectares of vineyards and cellars that were once a monestary. The vines for this Muscadet Sévre et Maine are 40-60 years old, and the wine is aged sur lie without racking over the course of the winter following harvest.
Price: $12.99

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