The Chateau de Chasseloir has belonged to the Ch√©reau family since 1953. Here they produce 3 wines from the 25 hectares of vines aged between 35 and 120 years.
Chateau de Chasseloir has 25 hectares of Melon de Bourgogne vines that are about 50 years old ‚Äì five of these hectares are over 100 years old: these are the oldest vines in Muscadet. They produce fewer grapes than younger stock, but with much more concentrated flavour. The grapes are harvested exclusively by hand to avoid breaking the fragile plants.
Appellation: Muscadet S√®vre et Maine sur Lie
Varietal: Melon de Bourgogne
Wine making process: fermentation with control of temperature, aging on lees from 6 to 9 months, ‚Äúb√¢tonnage‚Äù
Food pairing: seafood, shellfish, fish, cheese
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