Sauvion Chateau du Cleray Sevre et Maine Muscadet 2009 Front Label
Sauvion Chateau du Cleray Sevre et Maine Muscadet 2009 Front Label

Sauvion Chateau du Cleray Sevre et Maine Muscadet 2009

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750ML / 12% ABV
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750ML / 12% ABV

Winemaker Notes

Translucent with silver highlights. Bouquet of white flowers combined with fresh citrus fruits Exceptionally fresh and rounded, very palate-pleasing.

A perfect partner for seafood, shellfish, scallops; also delicious as an aperitif!

Critical Acclaim

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W&S 89
Wine & Spirits
This is fragrant and ripe, its apple and lime zest aromas underlined by a dusty stoniness. It handles the ripeness of the vintage well, feeling rich yet focused.
WS 87
Wine Spectator
Crisp and mouthwatering, with good cut to the chive, thyme and lime notes, followed by a fresh, crunchy finish. A solid introduction to Muscadet.
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One of the best-known Muscadet producers, Sauvion has long been established in the Loire Valley. Jean-Ernest (often referred to as the "Wizard of the Loire") and Yves Sauvion have carefully put together a range of delicious and diversified wines that have set the tone for much of the Loire Valley.

Chateau du Cléray-Sauvion, located in the heart of the Nantes region, is one of the oldest estates of the Muscadet Sèvre et Maine region and serves as the home to the Sauvion family. It is also one of the few Muscadet-producing Chateaux.

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The Pays Nantais, Loire’s only region abutting the Atlantic coast, is solely focused on the Melon de Bourgogne grape in its handful of subzones: Muscadet-Sèvre et Maine, Muscadet-Coteaux de la Loire and Muscadet-Côtes de Grandlieu. Muscadet wines are dry, crisp, seaside whites made from Melon de Bourgogne and are ideal for the local seafood-focused cuisine. (They are not related to Muscat.) There is a new shift in the region to make these wines with extended lees contact, creating fleshy and more aromatic versions.

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Made famous in Muscadet, a gently rolling, Atlantic-dominated countryside on the eastern edge of the Loire, Melon de Bourgogne is actually the most planted grape variety in the Loire Valley. But the best comes from Muscadet Sèvre et Maine, a subzone of Pays Nantais. Somm Secret—The wine called Muscadet may sound suggestive of “muscat,” but Melon de Bourgogne is not related. Its name also suggests origins in Burgundy, which it has, but was continuously outlawed there, like Gamay, during the 16th and 17th centuries.

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