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Domaine de la Pepiere Chateau Thebaud "Clos des Morines" Muscadet Sevre et Maine sur Lie 2010

92+ Wine Advocate
(10/2014) "The 2010 Muscadet Sevre et Maine Chateau-Thebaud Clos des Morines is a mouthful of succulent and mineral structured Muscadet with deep and nutty flavors and a complex taste and length. Full-bodied, powerful and well balanced it develops an enormous minerality on the palate that is knocking on Burgundy's (Chablis!) door."
$
2299
750 ML
Available:
Out of stock

Domaine de la Pepiere "4" Sevre et Maine Sur Lie Muscadet 2010

93+ Our Score
(6/2015) "While most Muscadets age on their residual yeast deposits (aka "lees") for 7-12 months, this very special bottling, simply called "4" ages for, you guessed it, four years! The result is a wine that is completely full bodied and rich in texture. The typical honey and nutty notes of Muscadet are seriously amped up here, yielding tons of complexity and nicely accompanying the stoney mineral tones and preserved citrus and baked pear notes. While drinkable now, it will continue to improve for at least another 5-7 years, and likely far beyond! Taste it blind with your Burgundy loving friends and watch their jaws drop when you tell them it's a $21 bottle of Muscadet!"
$
2099
750 ML
Available:
$
1979
750 ML
Available:
~19 bottlesCheck all Stores

Domaine Bruno Cormerais "Chambaudiere" Muscadet Sevre et Maine 2013

88 Our Score
(6/2016) Great pricing on this citrus, melon and peach driven bottling of Muscadet. Lemon dominates on the palate with flinty minerality and fresh saline rounding out the finish. 12 months lees aging fleshes thing out in the mouth, making this wine the complete package.
$
1199
750 ML
Available:
120+ bottlesCheck all Stores

Domaine de la Pepiere Muscadet Sevre-et-Maine Sur Lie 2015

90+ Our Score
(9/2016) It's a bold statement, but we're not sure anyone does Muscadet as well as Marc Ollivier and Remy Granger at Domaine de la Pepiere. Everything is done by hand here, both in the vineyard and the winery, with minimal intervention and sustainability at the core of all decisions. The result is a fantastic Muscadet delivering salty minerality, citrus and orchard fruits, a wonderful texture and an electric finish.
$
1199
750 ML
Available:
Out of stock

Michel Delhommeau "St. Vincent" Muscadet Sevre et Maine 2012

89 Our Score
Man, we really love a good Muscadet. The Delhommeau bottlings are always well done, but in a quality vintage like 2012 the wines are spectacular. Though it is their less expensive offering, we prefer the simple charms of the "St. Vincent" cuvee. With a leesy, smoky, flinty mineral core and fresh red apple and pear tones, the wine is impressive in the mouth and will surprise those allowing it to open in the glass. Try with mussels in white wine and tarragon.
$
1179
750 ML
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Domaine de la Pepiere Muscadet 2015

88+ Our Score
(5/2016) Though this bottling is classified as regular Muscadet, the grapes are from the higher quality "Sevre et Maine" sub-appellation - the wine was just not aged long enough to be entitled to use the more prestigious designation. At $10.99, this super-fresh wine is probably the best deal going in Muscadet. Salty, brisk and tangy with citrus flavors and white rock minerality, this classic and quite wonderful wine trasports you to the Loire!
$
1099
750 ML
Available:
~73 bottlesCheck all Stores
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