Bonnet-Huteau

Muscadet "Les Bonnets" 2020

750ml
$17.50

Muscadet is a region at the western end of the Loire Valley, where the Loire River meets the Atlantic Ocean. The area is known for creating dry wines that are defined more by their minerality than their fruit. The wines pair amazingly well with most shellfish, but specifically the pairing of oysters and Muscadet ranks right up there with some other classic pairings like lobster and chardonnay or steak and cabernet sauvignon. Bonnet-Huteau is an organic producer making honest, quintessential Muscadets. This cuvee is their entry-level wine, coming from some of the estate's younger vines. The wine contains an almost salty, briny minerality with subtle hints of stone fruits. Muscadet is a region at the western end of the Loire Valley, where the Loire River meets the Atlantic Ocean. The area is known for creating dry wines that are defined more by their minerality than their fruit. The wines pair amazingly well with most shellfish, but specifically the pairing of oysters and Muscadet ranks right up there with some other classic pairings like lobster and chardonnay or steak and cabernet sauvignon. Bonnet-Huteau is an organic producer making honest, quintessential Muscadets. This cuvee is their entry level wine, coming from some of the estate's younger vines. The wine contains an almost salty, briny minerality with subtle hints of stone fruits.

Bonnet-Huteau

The domaine Bonnet Huteau is situated in the center of the Muscadet vineyard, in the Sèvre & Maine appellation, 20km from Nantes and 10km from Clisson—a small attractive city in the Italian style, by the river Sèvre Nantaise. This domaine has been producing some Muscadet for more than 150 years and was previously a Medieval house where the little town of La Chapelle Heulin finds its roots. Jean-Jacques, Rémi Bonnet, Vincent Pineau operate the Domaine Bonnet-Huteau, giving their best to develop a whole palette of flavours so that their Muscadet wines express the best quality and minerality for each terroir—gneiss, micaschist, amphibolite and granite.

ORIGIN

Loire Valley, France

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