The lower Loire Valley appellation of Muscadet Sèvre et Maine is a region kissed by the ocean breezes of the Atlantic, which contribute to the fresh, mineral-driven salinity of its wines. In this example, flavors of assorted citrus rind and melon are lifted by a vein of acidity and softened by sur lie aging. Whether enjoyed as an aperitif or alongside fresh seafood like oysters, this is a wine that will always demand another sip.
Recipe PairingsOysters on the Half Shell with Tarragon Mignonette
Loire Valley, France
Light Seafood Dishes
Chateau Petrus, the most expensive Bordeaux wine (often as much as $10,000 per bottle on wine lists), is the most commonly forged bottle in the world. More 1982 Petrus has been sold in Las Vegas than the winery is known to have produced.