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Made from Mel B (Melon de Bourgogne) grapes in Muscadet, Loire Valley, Domaine Eric Chevalier's 'La Noe' is a crisp, dry wine with hints of saline, lemon, apricot and chamomile.

All wine from this region is a perfect pairing with fresh oysters as the salinity of the wine is like finishing salt for the oyster.

Eric and his sister Gaelle farm their family estate in the Loire Valley. The family's land is located near to the Atlantic and near to the Grand Lieu Lake, both contribute to the terroir giving an identity marker of where the wines are born.

Committed to susaintable growing, since 2014 the vines are cultivated without any chemical use. Full conversion to organic farming since 2016.

Located on the France's Atlantic coast. The most recognizable wine of the Loire Valley is regionally labelled Sauvignon Blanc from Sancerre. Dont let that overshadow coastal Muscadet Sevre Maine, it's coastal influence makes an idea pairing for seafood. Saumur and Touraine produce vibrant reds from Cabernet Franc as well as white's as bright as a coastal sunrise. Chenin Blanc and Sauvignon Blanc are the most planted varietals and can range from sweet to dry or even sparkling. The Loire is a magnificent wine region to explore.

Domaine Eric Chevalier 2020 'La Noe' Muscadet Cotes de Grand Lieu sur Lie

SKU: 874428
Regular price $33.85
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COUNTRY: France

REGION: Loire Valley

VARIETAL: Melon de Bourgogne

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FORMAT: 750 ML

Made from Mel B (Melon de Bourgogne) grapes in Muscadet, Loire Valley, Domaine Eric Chevalier's 'La Noe' is a crisp, dry wine with hints of saline, lemon, apricot and chamomile.

All wine from this region is a perfect pairing with fresh oysters as the salinity of the wine is like finishing salt for the oyster.

Eric and his sister Gaelle farm their family estate in the Loire Valley. The family's land is located near to the Atlantic and near to the Grand Lieu Lake, both contribute to the terroir giving an identity marker of where the wines are born.

Committed to susaintable growing, since 2014 the vines are cultivated without any chemical use. Full conversion to organic farming since 2016.

Located on the France's Atlantic coast. The most recognizable wine of the Loire Valley is regionally labelled Sauvignon Blanc from Sancerre. Dont let that overshadow coastal Muscadet Sevre Maine, it's coastal influence makes an idea pairing for seafood. Saumur and Touraine produce vibrant reds from Cabernet Franc as well as white's as bright as a coastal sunrise. Chenin Blanc and Sauvignon Blanc are the most planted varietals and can range from sweet to dry or even sparkling. The Loire is a magnificent wine region to explore.