Grand Fief De La Cormeraie Muscadet Sèvre Et Maine Sur Lie 2014
"Aromatically reserved, but bright, sharp and nicely focused on the
palate, with notable saline character and lightly honeyed-waxy notes on
the finish. Perfectly crisp and light, appealing and infinitely
drinkable. Textbook stuff, and yet another fine Muscadet value." Tasted
March 2016. Value Rating: *** John Szabo, WineAlign
"An organic Muscadet with verve, liveliness and spritz. Appealing racy
notes of lemon and lime don the palate along with a briny mineral
character and white pepper on the finish. Great typicity." Tasted March
Sarah d'Amato, WineAlign.
Vitteaut-alberti — crémant
Rosé Brut -- This is beautifully made crémant, poised, elegant and satisfying – one of our two our best selling wines!
Blanc des Blancs Brut
-- “This Crémant certainly deserved its Gold Medal in Paris, …
delicately proportioned, powerful, with a concentrated nose where the
ripe fruits and the dry fruits dominate, of creamy froth and a very
beautiful length.” (Millésimes. No 26e, 2005.) Gold Medal,
Concours Agricole, Paris 2005. 3 Stars & Coup de Coeur, Hachette
Guide to French Wines, 2003 & 2006.
Chateau du coing — muscadet
Château du Coing de St.- Fiacre 2014 — "Le Classique" --
Very generous nose featuring white flowers excellent balance on the
palate with bright citrus finish, with very, very, good length. Gold
Medal Nantes 2012; Un Vin Presque Parfait 2012.
Coing de Sèvre 2014
-- The vineyard at Le Coing is extensive and the ‘Coing de
Sèvre’ bottling comes from a plot of younger vines (15-25 years)
whose wine usually matures early and for that reason is often the first
cuvée to be released and tasted. This is her second label but is
not a 'second' wine.
mallard-gaulin — burgundy
Pinot Noir "Chanceroy" Vieilles Vignes 2013 --
Lovely cherry fruit up front, surprisingly dense on the palate, quite
bright and tart structure, excellent but not overwhelming tannis, quite
big for the appellation woth wonderful balance of fruit and acidity --
and drinking very well now with even better days to come!