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Landron Chartier, Naturlich Blanc

Landron Chartier, Naturlich Blanc

£22.00

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A fresh and easy going well balanced pet-nat made by Domaine Landron. This wine has great citrus qualities and a lovely texture and structure. 

Organic since 2010, Domaine Landron-Chartier is run by father and son Bernard and Benoit Landron in Ancenis, north-east of Nantes in the Loire Valley.

Naturlich Blanc is an 11% pet-nat made from 70% Folle Banche and 30% Gamay hand harvested and fermented with indigenous yeasts. Packed with peach, apricot and some pastry richness all carried by brisk effervescence.

A delightful aperitif.

Nose: Lots of fruity notes.

Palate: Packed with peach, apricot and some pastry richness all carried by brisk effervescence. 

ABV: 11%    

 

For bottles with corks, be sure to store your wine horizontally in a wine rack. Keeping wine on its side helps keep the cork moist, which is key for long-term storage, as a dried out cork can cause seepage and premature aging.

While it’s not necessary to keep screw top wine bottles on their sides, horizontal storage is nevertheless an efficient way to store your wines for maximum space and easy access.

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About

Third-generation winemaker Bernard had been working with his brother Jo in the heart of Muscadet Sèvre et Maine area, before moving in 2002 to the lesser-known and cheaper area of Ancenis, (to the North-East of Nantes). Initially his whole production was sold in bulk, but when Bernard's eldest son Benoît returned hoome from university in 2008, they started to bottle their own wine and became organic in 2010.

Their wines are fresh and have personality; expressing the diverse mix of soils that Muscadet offers.