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Remy Pannier-Muscadet de Sevre et Maine Sue Lie Muscadet 2010

External Review by Palm Bay International:

Remy Pannier has been identified with premium quality Loire Valley wines since 1885, when it was founded by Francois Rémy. In 1956, Remy Pannier decided to partner with Maison Ackerman, the pioneer of Loire sparkling wine production. Ackerman then passed the company down to his son, Louis Ackerman, who kept the tradition of fine winemaking in the family for generations. Over the years, Remy Pannier has developed strong working relationships with over 800 growers throughout the Loire Valley. Working closely with these affiliated growers, Remy Pannier provides advice on the latest viticultural practices to ensure production of the finest quality grapes. Remy Pannier has built three state-of-the-art wineries in the premier Loire Valley wine districts of Anjou, Touraine and the Pays Nantais where all their Loire Valley wines are vinified. Remy Pannier’s attractive packaging reflects over a century of tradition and experience in Loire Valley winemaking. Production Area Muscadet comes from the far western area at the mouth of the Loire River, south of the city of Nantes. The source of our Muscadet is the “Sèvre-et-Maine” area, planted with over 25,000 acres of vines. The soil is a mixture of volcanic and metamorphic rocks, with gneiss and micaschists. Muscadet is an international success story with humble origins as a favorite local wine that pairs perfectly with seafood. Grape Varieties 100% Melon de Bourgogne (Muscadet) Vinification The grapes are carefully selected at approximately 12% potential alcohol. Then, they are pressed smoothly in a pneumatic press to protect the juice from oxidation. Fermentation takes place in stainless tanks. The wine is aged on its fine lees (sur lie) during the winter from October to March, prior to bottling. Color Pale straw Bouquet Delicate aromas of flowers, lemon and apple Taste This light-bodied, minerally focused white is dry and refreshing on the palate. Alcohol 11.5% Serving Suggestions Ideal accompaniment to all shellfish – shrimp, lobster, oysters, clams, etc. as well as roasted white meats.

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External Reviews for Remy Pannier-Muscadet de Sevre et Maine Sue Lie Muscadet

External Review
Source: Palm Bay International
02/28/2014

Remy Pannier has been identified with premium quality Loire Valley wines since 1885, when it was founded by Francois Rémy. In 1956, Remy Pannier decided to partner with Maison Ackerman, the pioneer of Loire sparkling wine production. Ackerman then passed the company down to his son, Louis Ackerman, who kept the tradition of fine winemaking in the family for generations. Over the years, Remy Pannier has developed strong working relationships with over 800 growers throughout the Loire Valley. Working closely with these affiliated growers, Remy Pannier provides advice on the latest viticultural practices to ensure production of the finest quality grapes. Remy Pannier has built three state-of-the-art wineries in the premier Loire Valley wine districts of Anjou, Touraine and the Pays Nantais where all their Loire Valley wines are vinified. Remy Pannier’s attractive packaging reflects over a century of tradition and experience in Loire Valley winemaking. Production Area Muscadet comes from the far western area at the mouth of the Loire River, south of the city of Nantes. The source of our Muscadet is the “Sèvre-et-Maine” area, planted with over 25,000 acres of vines. The soil is a mixture of volcanic and metamorphic rocks, with gneiss and micaschists. Muscadet is an international success story with humble origins as a favorite local wine that pairs perfectly with seafood. Grape Varieties 100% Melon de Bourgogne (Muscadet) Vinification The grapes are carefully selected at approximately 12% potential alcohol. Then, they are pressed smoothly in a pneumatic press to protect the juice from oxidation. Fermentation takes place in stainless tanks. The wine is aged on its fine lees (sur lie) during the winter from October to March, prior to bottling. Color Pale straw Bouquet Delicate aromas of flowers, lemon and apple Taste This light-bodied, minerally focused white is dry and refreshing on the palate. Alcohol 11.5% Serving Suggestions Ideal accompaniment to all shellfish – shrimp, lobster, oysters, clams, etc. as well as roasted white meats.



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