Brut Sauvage : Crémant de Loire blanc non dosé
Being passionate about Chenin blanc and its different expressions, I elaborated this great sparkling wine that reflects the Savennières terroir. Hand harvested Savennières Chenin blanc at an early stage of maturity, followed by delicate and limited pressing, bottle-ageing for several years, are the prerequisites for this high quality wine. The long ageing on racks made it possible to achieve this elegant and complex sparkling wine with extremely fine bubbles and a subtle bouquet.
Most elegant for celebrations! Connoisseurs will appreciate the wine and understand the price!
Rosée de l’Aube : Crémant de Loire rosé
With older veilles vignes of Cabernet Franc, we have produced this very rare, subtle, rosé Crémant for parties until dawn. It reflects the sunrise on the schist hills over the Loire.
Eau de Pluie : Verdelho de Madère, Vin de France
An odd one: The Verdelho de Madère. Legend states that it is a grape variety brought by the Maures in 732, during their invasion. In fact it became very fashionable in Anjou in the 18th century.
This wine has a particular bouquet that turned crazy, amateurs of Savannah (Georgia) in the middle of the 19th century, when the merchant William Neyle Habersham made it, aged in his solarium in corked bottles. Can be drunk right away, fresh as the last rain, or if you dare, just “on the rock” with a zest of lemon! This Verdelho is a blend of light of the Loire and schist of our hills, for the delight of amateurs who like to be surprised.