We have just splitted up on LATITUDE LOIRE‘s shared booth… Your eyes, your taste buds are still seeing and tasting stars!
And you wish to learn some more!
What did you taste again? There were quite a few wines..!
We ware going to resume all this pojnt by point if you please. ?
Once upon a time, in the Muscadet region, and in Sèvre & Maine to be more precise… !
We have been cultivating some plots, inherited from our forefathers, who had inherited theirs from their forefathers, and this for 9 generations.
We have been planting grapevine. 2 main varieties : melon de Bourgogne and folle blanche. A little pinot noir, chardonnay and gamay.
Pierre Marie’s parents thought that putting their juices all together in the same tank would be a waste, so they splitted the harvest plot by plot.
They waited for the perfect maturity of the grapes before picking them and for the perfect moment before bottling the wines… 10 years in 1976.
The story tells they would have religiously tasted their wines every year. They were certainly not in a hurry, like are happy people! It is of course well know that muscadet makes people happy !
Then, since 2005 for Pierre-Marie and 2008 for me, we carry on their knowledge, we refine, we tweak, we try, we taste in friends’ cellars all around the world and we learn each day passing by.
It results in a wide collection of highborn cuvées:
On vintage 2018 4 raugh wines to give you the beat and tease you before their official release in a few months !
Clos des Allées * Les Pierres Blanches * L d’Or * Terre de pierre
To grab a drink and water oysters:
Because Muscadet of the year is always a good idea :
Things look different when we take more time:
You know that our domain hides each year a secret number of bottles on 3 different cuvées, L d’Or, Terre de pierre & Excelsior.
Here is the list of those tasted by a lucky few of you:
Terre de pierre
Many many thanks for coming visiting us.
Take care of you all.
Pierre-Marie & Marie Luneau