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Alain de la Treille Sauvignon Blanc 2015

ID No: 443177
Country:France
Region:Loire
Grape Type:Sauvignon Blanc
Winery:Maison Alain de la Treille
Organic:Yes
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Average age of the vines is 20 years old.

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Wine was slightly filtered before bottling to ensure wine will remain stable.

Ideal for the Aperitif , any cooked fish such as smoked and grilled salmon but also obviously with a Goat Cheese.

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Average age of the vines is 20 years old.

We produce a part of this cuvee with 12 hours skin maceration and another part from directly pressed grapes

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MAISON ALAIN DE LA TREILLE is located in the heart of Loire Valley since 1885. Vineyards owner and winemaker, ALAIN DE LA TREILLE creates diverse and delicate wines on the most prestigious vineyards: Muscadet, Touraine, Vouvray, Sancerre...

Average age of the vines is 20 years old.
Vines are located outside the AOC boundaries, hence the wine is classified as Vin de France.

Classic red vinification and Maturation in stainless steel vats.

Wine was slightly filtered before bottling to ensure wine will remain stable.

Ideal with roasted meats, « charcuteries » or any good cheese.

Product Description

Even on the nose you can feel the zestiness of this wine, lime and grapefruit aromas lift from the glass. On the palate the wine is crisp and focused, with a nice unexpected roundness. -Timeless Notes.

Average age of the vines is 20 years old.

We produce a part of this cuvee with 12 hours skin maceration and another part from directly pressed grapes

Wine was slightly filtered before bottling to ensure wine will remain stable.

Ideal for the Aperitif , any cooked fish such as smoked and grilled salmon but also obviously with a Goat Cheese.

Winery: Maison Alain de la Treille

MAISON ALAIN DE LA TREILLE is located in the heart of Loire Valley since 1885. Vineyards owner and winemaker, ALAIN DE LA TREILLE creates diverse and delicate wines on the most prestigious vineyards with the same passion and aim: Offering the best expression of the French Terroir, keeping the highest respect of land and people.

Lionel Métaireau is the winemaker of MAISON ALAIN DE LA TREILLE since 2008. He is native of Le Pallet in the Muscadet Vineyard, close to Nantes. Belonging to the 6th generation of his family domain, Lionel is born in the winemaking world. He joined the MAISON ALAIN DE LA TREILLE in 2008 with the aim of revealing French varietal grapes with a local and unique style.

Winemaker: Lionel Métaireau

Vines are located outside the AOC boundaries, hence the wine is classified as Vin de France.

The winery is quite modern and the stainless steel tanks are thermoregulated in order to achieve specific profile (cold maceration).

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