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Chateau Gaudrelle Cremant de Loire Brut

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Winemaker Notes

Cremant de Loire is the oldest appellation in the Loire from Nantes to Nevers. It's a blend of 50% Chenin Blanc and 50% Chardonnay sourced in uncle estate. It an interesting experience as sparkiling wines for people who want to have a fine and elegant wine comparable to Champagne for a very good price. Serve chilly around 8°C for aperitif, dessert, cocktail party and brunch.

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Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
...Even better is the slightly richer, more honey and lemon-scented and flavored non-vintage Cremant de Loire. A blend of equal parts Chenin Blanc and Chardonnay aged for a minimum of 18 to 24 months in their cellars before disgorgement, this is a real beauty and a superb wine. Unfortunately, just under 100 cases are imported to the United States.
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Chateau Gaudrelle, France
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The Gaudrelle Castle, located on the Appellation d'Origine Controlee Vouvray, is a 20-hectare estate founded in the seventeenth century. It was then the property of a rich silk of Tours (the manufacture of silk and silk were the two greatest jewels of the local industry).

The Gaudrelle is originally a manor of the seventeenth century, consisting of a tall building with a ground floor and an attic lit by skylights stone at noon. Not far from the manor is the troglodyte chapel (completely dug in the rock). Its Greek cross plan includes a vaulted nave and transept as well as an apse in the cul-de-four. The rock covering the crossing of the transept has been hollowed out and this crossing is dominated by a square bell-tower, covered with a pyramidal roof, and which emerges above the hill.

A provost also existed in the twelfth century at Gaudrelle. It constituted a dignity and a benefit depending on the Collegiale Saint-Martin of Tours.

It is owned by the family since 1931 and Monmousseau under went two expansions, one in 1974 and one in 2004. Today, Alexandre Monmousseau is the grower and producer.

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