Chateau du Maillon Muscadet Sevre et Maine sur lie 2020

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In the Loire region we find the Château du Maillon, a French company that produces delicate wines from white berried grapes such as Melon de Bourgogne and Sauvignon Blanc.

Muscadet Sevre et Maine sur lie is one of the most intriguing wines of this company, obtained from Melon grapes harvested by hand in full maturity to preserve the quality of the territory.

This Muscadet, like all in sur lies wines, at the end of the vinification is bottled without filtering, keeping the fine lees on the bottom.

An interesting organoleptic balance white.

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Color

Giallo con riflessi dorati.

Smell

Note espressive e floreali con aromi di frutta e sentori di mentolo.

Taste

Ingresso fresco, rotondo ed estremamente pieno. La complessità aromatica fluisce al palato con note floreali e agrumate. Finale lungo e piacevolissimo.

Pairings

Come aperitivo o con crudité, pesce o frutti di mare.

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YEAR 2020
ALCOL 12.00
FORMAT 0,75 L Standard

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CLASSIFICATION AOC Muscadet-Sèvre et Maine
TEMPERATURE 10-12
LOCATION Val de Loire, Sud-Est da Nantes
GROUND Argilla su un letto di granito.
REFINEMENT Sulle fecce per 5-7 mesi.
WINEMAKING Pressatura diretta, fermentazione a bassa temperatura, fermentazione del deposito del mosto.

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CELLAR

Name: LaCheteau
Cultivated hectares: 480
Address: Val de Loire (France)

Maison Lacheteau supervises around 100 carefully selected domains, covering all the appellations in Val de Loire. Our stringent quality standards are applied right down the line from wine-growing and winemaking to the bottling process. Maison Lacheteau runs several châteaux & domains, covering nearly 480 hectares of vines, including the prestigious Château de Fesles. The Château looks out over the river Layon, benefiting from a highly favourable climate for vine growing and early morning mists which encourage the growth of Botrytis, or “noble rot”. This is a key factor in making the Bonnezeaux appellation - the sweet wine that has made the Château so famous. In 1991, the estate was entirely renovated. Since then, the quality of its facilities has become a reference in Anjou as one of the most highly reputed estates in the region.