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Muscadet Le Pavillon Du Roy 2019

A$28.00

Availability
In stock
Volume
750ml
Region/Country
Loire, France

Description

The first Muscadet vines appeared in the south of Nantes in 1635 and it was at the Oiselinière that they were planted there. Sèvre-et-Maine is the département south-east of Nantes in the Pays Nantais region of France. These wines are known for their brightness and minerality. Chateau de Oiselinière is one of the oldest and best-situated estates in the region, dating back to 1337. As its name suggests, it is located in a bird sanctuary and natural park.

The old vines are planted exclusively on volcanic silica, which is called Gabbro soil in the region. It is the finest soil for planting Muscadet’s indigenous grape called Melon de Bourgogne

Specifications

Closure
Screw cap
Serving Temp.
9-11 °C
Alcohol
12%
Cellar until
Now
Food pairing
Ideal with freshly shucked oysters, seafood, seaweed salads and Black mussels.

Tasting Profile

Nose
On the nose lovely notes of Lime Blossom, citrus peel, and lime rind with a slight Hazelnut touch in the background. This is quite aromatic for a Muscadet and very appealing, fresh, and pearling.
Palate
The palate is fresh, bone dry, and clean with green apple, citrus lime, rock melon, honeydew, iodine overtones, and mineral characteristics while the lees aging adds roundness to the mid-palate and a little length. The ideal seafood wines. It is fresh and pleasant with a lovely length. It can be kept for a few years.

Muscadet Le Pavillon Du Roy 2019

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