2017 Les Roches Gaudinières Muscadet Sevre et Maine Sur Lie

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 Pairings

Oysters on the Half Shell with Tarragon Mignonette

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Citrus Peel


Loire Valley, France


Light Seafood Dishes


Did You Know?

The British call red Bordeaux wines Clarets. It's a variation on the French word clairet, a style of dark rosé wine the French exported to Britain in the 18th century.