In a nutshell:
Quite a characterful Muscadet from vineyards in St Fiacre at the confluence of the rivers Sevre and Maine.
Véronique Günther-Chéreau and her daughter Aurore at Château du Coing are masters of Muscadet and they make this cuvée from vines that are, on average, 65 years old which helps give the weightier, fuller style they're after in this wine. It's a pale yellow in colour, with fresh aromas of white peach, green apples and floral notes while on the palate, the pure citrus fruit is bolstered by body, richness and structure from the lees ageing.
When to drink:
Fresh, lively and, naturally, ideal with seafood.
Suitable for Vegans