Tasting Notes: This Gamay has six weeks of maceration and then pressed with a vertical ratchet press then nine months elevage in tank. Wonderfully dense and silky wine filled with an exotic fruit and spice that is unique to this mountainous region.
Tasting Notes: The nose is buttery, lemony, fine and elegant. The mouth is tonic, full of energy, tense, very dynamic. A fine bubbled crémant that can be served as an aperitif but also with oysters, seafood, raw or grilled fish.
Tasting Notes: A white wine with a slightly tiled colour, this Auxerrois seduces with its powerful and rich nose, which evokes small yellow fruits and hazelnut. The palate is quite round, both fat and lively, with a finish of popcorn and grape aromas.
Tasting Notes: The Figurines cuvée is a 100% Pinot Noir. Super juicy and fresh. The terroir brings finesse and elegance, the aim is to keep the fruit integrated with the silky tannins by maturing for several months in oak barrels.
Tasting Notes: The aromas are cool and bright with ripe blackberry and blueberry, with violet, licorice and mint. The palate is supple and grainy, showing the granite terroir, with lovely cassis and blackberry fruit that lingers in the refreshing finish. Lovely Syrah!
Tasting Notes: A 100% Cabernet Franc bottled by hand without fining or filtration in the Loire, this wine is for Cabernet lovers, for those who are not looking for pepper aromas. A fresh and slightly salty juice that will not displease the gourmets either. A pretty wine, all in suppleness and concentration signed Manuel Pineau!
Tasting Notes: A pure Pinot Noir coming from Bugey, on the clay-limestone slopes overlooking the Rhone ... Free and uncluttered, a bottle full of delicacy for lovers of beautiful wines as free as the wind!
Tasting Notes: Pineau de la Loire is the old name for Chenin Blanc. This one is fresh, with notes of green apples, pears, lime zest and a hint of spice in the background. The palate is mineral, with a good acidity that is not overbearing.
Tasting Notes: Even more depth and finesse than the "classic" Pinot; a must! A cuvée that is particularly appreciated after two years of bottle age in our cellar ... But which is already proving to be very good right now!