We’ve worked with Jérémie for over 12 years and his exhilarating Muscadets are among the best you’ll find. His Le Grand Fief Muscadet comes from old vines located on granite soils, known as ‘granit de Château-Thébaud’, which add a brisk minerality to the mouth-watering fruits.
Aged ‘sur lie’, on its lees over winter to intensify the aromas and flavours
There are few things finer in life than sitting outside enjoying a big plate of seafood washed down with a glass of Muscadet
Even if the sun doesn’t shine, you can always rely on Muscadet, with its light refreshing flavours, to transport you to sunnier climes
Tasting note: An extremely fresh, breezy Muscadet with zesty citrus fruits and the merest hint of stony minerality. With a tangy richness from ‘sur lie’ ageing and a super-crisp finish, it’s crying out to be enjoyed with moules marinière.