Inspired Wines

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Inspired Wines

Méthode Traditionnelle "Lieubeau"

Méthode Traditionnelle “Lieubeau”

This wine is the result of the tradition and know-how of Famille LIEUBEAU. It comes from a selection of old vines grapes, and is aged on lees in oak barrels.

» This wine belongs to the range Joseph Grégoire Lieubeau.

grape variety :

30% Folle Blanche, 70% Chardonnay.

location & soil :

Granite de Château Thébaud.

vinification :

Traditionnal on slats.

wine & food pairing :

Aperitif, dessert.
Domaine de la Fruitière "Les Vignes Blanches"

Domaine de la Fruitière “Les Vignes Blanches”

This wine presents a pale yellow color, and reveals an intense nose of dried fruits, date, almond, surrounded with a touch of lime. The mouth is supple and strong, mixing mineral and aromatic touches, with the fineness of white fruits on the top.

» This wine belongs to the range Domaine de la Fruitière.

grape variety :

Melon, Chardonnay, Sauvignon, Folle Blanche

location & soil :

Granite from Château-Thébaud.

vinification :

Vin de pays du Val de Loire. Classic vinification.

wine & food pairing :

Aperitif, salad, tart, pizza.
Muscadet Sèvre & Maine sur Lie Château de la Bourdinière "Prestige"

Muscadet Sèvre & Maine sur Lie Château de la Bourdinière “Prestige”

The old vines of Melon de Bourgogne variety from the property enable to produce very limited volumes. The deep rooting of the old vine stocks brings however a perfect maturity. Prestige wine, rich, complex and mineral, comes exclusively from this particular selection of grapes.

» This wine belongs to the range Château de la Bourdinière.

grape variety :

100% Melon de Bourgogne.

location & soil :

Granite from Château-Thébaud. 50-year old, old vines.

vinification :

Muscadet Sèvre et Maine sur lie. Traditional vinification.

wine & food pairing :

Prepared fish, scallop-shell, fresh seafood.
Domaine de la Fruitière "Sensuel"

Domaine de la Fruitière “Sensuel”

This special wine comes from a particular selection of very old vines grapes from the property. The harvest is done manually when the grapes are overripe, what gives the wine its softness. After a long fermentation during the winter, the wine is partially aged in new oak barrels.

» This wine belongs to the range Domaine de la Fruitière.

grape variety :

Melon de Bourgogne. 60-year old, old vines. 35 hl/hectare productivity.

location & soil :

Granite and gneiss from the Maine river hillsides.

vinification :

Local wine from the Loire Valley. Ageing in new oak barrels.

wine & food pairing :

Aperitif, foie gras, fresh fruits.