Unseen, lazy bubbles; salt settling in the corners of the palate; salivating, acidic finish. Through lemony hues, the steely Atlantic influence fai... Read more
Light and vivacious, offering lemon, apple and mineral flavors that linger on a tangy, firm structure. Perfect with a plate of oysters. Drink now. Read more
Muscadet is made from Melon grapes in the region in the 17th century by Dutch wine traders to provide a source of brandy. Today it is a light, tang... Read more
Food Pairings for Chateau Chesnaie Muscadet de Sevre et Maine
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Unseen, lazy bubbles; salt settling in the corners of the palate; salivating, acidic finish. Through lemony hues, the steely Atlantic influence faintly flickers in this lightly fruited, clean white. From the vineyards surrounding the mouth of the Loire, this wine is bottled sur lie - left unstirred on yeast lees produced during fermentation - producing a Muscadet that's as delicate as stilled Champagne. Matches particularly well with ginger scallops on a bundle of arugula.
Light and vivacious, offering lemon, apple and mineral flavors that linger on a tangy, firm structure. Perfect with a plate of oysters. Drink now.
Muscadet is made from Melon grapes in the region in the 17th century by Dutch wine traders to provide a source of brandy. Today it is a light, tangy wine that is perfect with fish of any kind and a pure delight with oysters.
Produced from the melon grape variety in the panoramic Loire Valley. Lively acidity and fresh, clean flavors make this popular dry white an ideal partner with seafood. Bon Apetite!
Bright, round and exuberant, with lemon peel, floral, sea salt and pink grapefruit notes that bounce around while remaining harmonious. Long, juicy finish leaves you salivating for more. Drink now.
Nice live-wire Muscadet, with citrus peel, sea salt, mineral and floral notes. Fresh, tangy and rich. Nicely done. What a value. Drink now.
The Chereau-Carre family's 2008 Chateau de la Chesnaire Muscadet de Sevre et Maine Sur Lie can scarcely help but shock you in the nose, with its combination of ripe apricot, lily-of-the-valley and lime reminiscent more of a really fine Riesling than of Muscadet. Oily textural richness and persistent apricot on the palate are joined by more typical lemon, lime, chalk and salt. A tactile sense of citrus zest and apricot skin, along with a hint of apricot kernel bitterness add to the invigoration of the finish. Enjoy this over the next 12-18 months.
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