A biodynamically grown Muscadet that is encompasses everything that is great about the appellation. “A blend made from an assemblage of parcels. An expressive, crunchy, rather saline minerality here. This is very open. The palate is supple, textured, with the warm and ripe flesh of the vintage, and a gentle acidity alongside. It shows a very fragrant, perfumed mineral finish…” 15-16/20, Chris Kissack, winedoctor.com, Feb 2016
Originating from diverse soils types and infact Jo Landron’s only wine made from a blend of different sites. Admirably representing the entry point to this this biodynamic estate it highlights why they have earnt their reputation.
A white wine from the Loire made from the Melon de Bourgogne grape. It is in the far west of the Loire and spreads over a wide area taking in multiple terroirs. For the ultimate match for oysters look no further than this lean, clean wine.
A child of Pinot Blanc and Gouais Blanc, both grapes noted for simple flavours, it is not surprising this producers dry white wines of simple characters. It’s fate and fame lie wholly within the Loire Valley’s Muscadet region.