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Malvoisie Coteaux d'Ancenis

DOMAINE DU BUISSON

Appellations : Registrer Designation of Origin (AOC) and Protected Designation of Origin (AOP)

Variety of vine : Pinot Gris (Pinot Beurot)

Ground : Clay-limestone

Type of wine : Sweet

Alcoholic strength : 11,5 %

Color : Gold with pale pink reflection

Tasting : Soft mouth, notes of pears and quince

Serving temperature : 10 to 12 °C (50 to 54°F)

Cellar temperature : 12 to 14°C (54 to 57°F)

Apogee : 3 to 10 years

Food and wine pairings : Aperitifs, foies gras and desserts

Awards :

2022 : International Challenge Gilbert & Gaillard - Gold

2021 : Great Wines of France competition in Mâcon - Gold

2021 : International Challenge Gilbert & Gaillard - Gold

2021 : International Wine Challenge - Silver

2021 : Feminalise World Wine Competition - Silver

2020 : Feminalise World Wine Competition - Gold

2019 : Ligers Competition - Bronze

2018 : Feminalise World Wine Competition - Gold

2017 : Feminalise World Wine Competition - Silver

2017 : Ligers Competition- Silver

2016 : Feminalise World Wine Competition - Bronze

2015 : Feminalise World Wine Competition - Bronze

2014 : Feminalise World Wine Competition - Bronze

2013 : Paris General agricultural competition - Silver

2013 : Feminalise World Wine Competition - Bronze

2009 : Feminalise World Wine Competition - Silver

Also available in 3 liters bag in box

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Malvoisie Coteaux d'Ancenis

Domaine des Couronnières

First year of vintage : 2019

Appellations : Registrer Designation of Origin (AOC) and Protected Designation of Origin (AOP)

Variety of vine : Pinot Gris (Pinot Beurot)

Ground : Clay-limestone

Type of wine : Sweet

Alcoholic strength : 11,5 %

Color : Gold with pale pink reflection

Tasting : Soft mouth, notes of pears and quince

Serving temperature : 10 to 12 °C (50 to 54°F)

Cellar temperature : 12 to 14°C (54 to 57°F)

Apogee : 3 to 10 years

Food and wine pairings : Aperitifs, foies gras and desserts

Awards :

2021 : International Challenge Gilbert & Gaillard - Gold

2020 : Feminalise World Wine Competition - Gold

2020 : Ligers Competition - Silver

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Malvoisie Coteaux d'Ancenis

CHÂTEAU DE LA BARONNIÈRE

First year of vintage : 2019

Appellations : Registrer Designation of Origin (AOC) and Protected Designation of Origin (AOP)

Variety of vine : Pinot Gris (Pinot Beurot)

Ground : Clay-limestone

Type of wine : Sweet

Alcoholic strength : 11,5 %

Color : Gold with pale pink reflection

Tasting : Soft mouth, notes of pears and quince

Serving temperature : 10 to 12 °C (50 to 54°F)

Cellar temperature : 12 to 14°C (54 to 57°F)

Apogee : 3 to 10 years

Food and wine pairings : Aperitifs, foies gras and desserts

Awards

2022 : International Challenge Gilbert & Gaillard - Gold

2021 : Ligers competition - Silver

2020 : Feminalise World Wine Competition - Gold

2020 : National Vinalies competition Prix des Vinalies

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Malvoisie Coteaux d'Ancenis

Domaine de Viaud

Premier millésime : 2020

Appellations : Registrer Designation of Origin (AOC) and Protected Designation of Origin (AOP)

Variety of vine : Pinot Gris (Pinot Beurot)

Ground : Clay-limestone

Type of wine : Sweet

Alcoholic strength : 11,5 %

Color : Pale gold, shiny

Tasting : Nose of heady flowers, white fruits, orange peel. The woodiness is noticeable in the mouth without excess, without harming the fruity sparkle

Serving temperature : 10 to 12 °C (50 to 54°F)

Cellar temperature : 12 to 14°C (54 to 57°F)

Apogee : 3 to 10 years

Food and wine pairings : Aperitifs, foies gras and desserts

Awards : 

2022 : International Challenge Gilbert & Gaillard - Gold

2021 : International Challenge Gilbert & Gaillard - Gold

Also available in Magnum (1,5 L)

Muscat à Petits Grains

Lou Muscat

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Appellation : Wine of France

Variety of vine : Muscat à petits grains

Ground : Clay-limestone

Type of wine : Sweet 

Alcoholic strength : 12 %

Color : Golden yellow supported 

Tasting : Powerful and sweet at the same time, notes of raisins, apricots and oranges

Serving temperature : 10 to 12°C (50 to 54°F)

Cellar temperature : 12 to 14°C (54 to 57°F)

Apogee : To consume this winter

Food and wine pairings : Aperitifs, foies gras and desserts