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This Muscadet Sèvre et Maine is a classic wine of the region with much body and liveliness. It is best served with shellfish such as lobster and crawfish, and most other seafood as well. It is also highly enjoyable on its own as an aperitif.
Formerly a 300 hectare property that was split up during the French Revolution, Château de la Gravelle now spans 15 hectares and is located in the town of Gorges, France in the heart of the Sèvre et Maine appellation. The estate, managed by Véronique Günther Chéreau, is home to buildings that date back to Louis XIII, including its classic windmill (featured on the bottle label) which is a typical feature of the Nantes region. The vineyards have a unique soil structure composed of volcanic rock (or gabbro), shale, and other sedimentary rock, a feature that gives the resulting wines their elegance and exceptional bouquet. Starting in 2010, the estate converted to an organic operation, and continues to employ organic methods to this day.