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Domaine de la Combe Muscadet Sèvre & Maine Sur Lie 2022

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Domaine de la Combe Muscadet Sèvre & Maine Sur Lie 2022

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Classic fresh and zesty, clean and lean Muscadet.

Domaine de la Combe (formerly Domaine les Grands Presbytères) in the village of Saint-Fiâcre, is nestled in the cradle of the Muscadet appellation between the two rivers of Sèvre and Maine.The area is considered one of the best sites for Muscadet Sèvre et Maine.

The vineyard is run by Pierre-Henri Gadais who returned to his family's domaine in 2016 to take over from his father, Christophe. Passionate about the expression of terroir and protecting the environment, Pierre-Henri is in the process of converting the vineyard to fully organic viticulture, aiming for full certification by 2021.

The wine is crisp with flinty notes and a hint of yeasty lees on the nose. The palate has a lean acidity with a slight spritz, with some bready and almost savoury citrus aromas.

This is a white wine destined to be drunk with shellfish on ice, or almost any grilled fish. It would work nicely with soft cheeses or goats cheese. 

Quick Information

Bottle Size: 75cl
ABV: 12%
Current Stock: 13
BIN: BTL-0088
Vegan: Yes
Vegetarian: Yes
Style: White
Designation: AOC Muscadet-Sèvre et Maine
UPC: 3760126010051

More Information

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Loire Valley, France

The 600-mile stretch of the Loire River valley and its tributaries make up one of France's top wine regions. The wines include famous names such as Muscadet, Pouilly-Fumé, Vouvray, and Sancerre.

Best known for white wines, the most popular grape varieties are Sauvignon Blanc, Chenin Blanc, and Melon de Bourgogne. Red wines are made with Cabernet Franc and Gamay. Some of the best examples come from Saumur Champigny.

Customer Reviews

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check icon verified Trusted Customer 1st Jun 2022
This wine is a little "thin" though typical Muscadet in all other respects.