Seafood Friendly Mixed Case
This mixed case includes six bottles each of the following wines;
Racine Picpoul de Pinet, Lafon & Chamboissier 2019
Bruno Lafon's and François Chamboissier's picpoul delivers exactly what you want in a dry white, lashings of fresh acidity, soft ripe citrus flavour and enough body to compliment fish and seafood dishes for which it first became famous.
Muscadet de Sèvre et Maine Sur Lie 2017
Comte Leloup from 100-year-old vines at Bernard Chéreau's Château Chasseloir is, we think, the best muscadet there is. The grapes are picked by hand and aged with their lees to give richness and more body than you usually find in a muscadet. As Hugh Johnson has written, Muscadet has everything that should make serious wine-drinkers happy. It is a total individual, its tang of the ocean... perfectly matched to its ordained role as the seafood wine par excellence. (Hugh Johnson on Wine: Good Bits from 55 Years of Scribbling, 2016). Their new 2017 vintage is rich and refreshing with complex flavours - a very great muscadet that we should all be drinking.