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Made from the Melon de Bourgogne grape in the Loire Valley in France, this is just about as crisp and fresh as a white wine is going to get! Really lively, with zippy lemon fruit, this sits brilliantly with a plate piled with asparagus or seafood.
This wine is ideal for drinking now but can be kept for up to 2 years
Jane MacQuitty - The Times 24/11/2012
Of the 2011 vintage, Jane MacQuitty said: “Mouth-watering Muscadet made from the shy, sharply acidic Melon de Bourgogne grape used to be a rarity. Not anymore. The past decade has seen the western Loire’s tart, tinny Muscadet’s replaced by crisp, light, lively, leafy, glace fruit-streaked whites just like Chateau Palatio. Any of you after a steely spitzy lemon-juice winter white will have met their match with this one. A refreshing Muscadet in such a topsy turvy vintage is a steal”
Jamie Goode - S Magazine, Sunday Express 13/01/2013
Of the 2011 vintage, Jamie Goode said: "With lemon fruit and keen acidity, this fresh, bright white would be a good foil for an asparagus and runner bean risotto."
Le Pallet is a famous village known for the tragic love affair of Abelard and Heloise. Ten winegrowers from Le Pallet decided to join forces to make their own revolution. They are stronger together than the most hardy of the group. Also Le Pallet has been recently classified as “Cru de Muscadet“ due to the exceptional quality of the soil.
Vignerons du Pallet
This wines is made from sustainable agriculture vineyard on gabbro and gneiss soils with a moderate climate due to Atlantic ocean.