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Domaine de la Morandiere Muscadet Sevre et Maine Sur Lie 2015

Member Review by duncan 906:

I bought this bottle of wine from a local wineshop [www.boroughwines.co.uk ] for £10.It is from the Muscadet Sevre et Maine appellation.This was created in 1936[although there has been vitioculture here for centuries] for white wines made of the melon de bourgogne grape from 23 communes south-east of the City of Nantes.The melon grape was brought here in the early 18th century by Dutch traders from Burgundy.It is no longer used in Burgundy.The names Sevre and Maine refer to two rivers which flow through the appellation and the words 'sur lie' refers to the fact that the wine is left on its lees to mature..I started my bottle last night with my crab salad supper.It is a bone dry wine. There is some pineapple,apricoty and apple style fruit and there is also a lot of citrus flavour and a distinct 'zing' on the lips. In short,it was an enjoyable wine that went well with the crab

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Winery: Domaine Derame
Color: White
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Domaine Derame:
This domaine has been in the same family for three generations. Alexander Derame took over in 2002. There are 33 hectares under vine and a range of muscadet wines are produced alongside a selection of red,rose and white Vin de Pays

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Snooth User: duncan 906
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10/20/2017

I bought this bottle of wine from a local wineshop [www.boroughwines.co.uk ] for £10.It is from the Muscadet Sevre et Maine appellation.This was created in 1936[although there has been vitioculture here for centuries] for white wines made of the melon de bourgogne grape from 23 communes south-east of the City of Nantes.The melon grape was brought here in the early 18th century by Dutch traders from Burgundy.It is no longer used in Burgundy.The names Sevre and Maine refer to two rivers which flow through the appellation and the words 'sur lie' refers to the fact that the wine is left on its lees to mature..I started my bottle last night with my crab salad supper.It is a bone dry wine. There is some pineapple,apricoty and apple style fruit and there is also a lot of citrus flavour and a distinct 'zing' on the lips. In short,it was an enjoyable wine that went well with the crab




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