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Pays Nantais

Pays Nantais

Also known as the Western Loire, the Pay Nantais' most famous wine is Muscadet. The region takes its name from the city of Nantes, near to where the Loire empties into the Atlantic Ocean, and its wines have long been valued as an uncomplicated and ideal partner to the abundant seafood on offer. Once drunk mainly in the local area, by the late 20th century their easy charm had been discovered by the rest of the world and, to meet demand, most of the Pays Nantais is now given over to vineyards.

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    • Origin
    • France
    • Loire Valley
    Attractive succulent fruit balanced by a good acidity creates this easy-drinking and appealing Muscadet. Read More
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    • Origin
    • France
    • Loire Valley
    A wine with a pleasing ripe fruit character which is balanced by a zippy freshness. Easy-drinking and a great match with fresh seafood. Read More
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    • Origin
    • France
    • Loire Valley
    Elegant, fruity and aromatic, round in the mouth while remaining fresh. A superb aperitif or a great match with fresh seafood. Read More
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Key Grape Varieties

 

The Melon de Bourgogne grape is responsible for the famously crisp, fresh and deliciously simple white wines of Muscadet. In the VDQS areas of Gros Plant, Fief-Vendéens and Coteaux d'Ancenis, a variety of red and white grapes are grown including Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Gamay.

 

Climate and Terroir

Cool, wet weather coming in from the Atlantic, as well as plenty of sun, is the secret behind Muscadet's vitality.  It is a simple wine with simple needs.

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