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Clos Armand

Grape variety : 100 % Melon de Bourgogne

Plot : Brafandré - Monnières - 5 hectares

Harvest: Manual

Age of the vines: 60 to 70 years

Soil type: Gabbro

Ageing: 18 months

Container: 75 cl bottle

Muscadet Sèvre et Maine sur lie

Le Clos Armand is a cuvée from old vines produced on the Brafandré plots.


A limpid yellow color engages the tasting. The aroma very fresh and fruity (green apple) leaves a taste on the mouth in the same spirit, combining aromas of lemon with a few touches of stone fruit. Balanced and endowed with a nice bitterness, the mouth is thirst-quenching on the length.


Manual harvest, lifting bucket without pump with just an endless screw, which dumps the grapes on a conveyor belt to transport them to the wine press. The duration of the pressing is 1h45.


The maturity of the grape depends on the product to be made. For a white wine, the sugar level is a fundamental criterion. To produce a dry white wine, we harvest the fruit a little before the maturity of the sugars. At this point, the ratio of sugar to acid is optimal.

In the approach of culture and organic production, the lees being of quality, without synthetic chemicals harmful to yeasts, they are preserved in the wine. The turbidity of the must guarantees a good supply of the yeasts and winemaking in vats therefore does not require the addition of yeast. The fermentation starts spontaneously under the action of the natural yeasts of the grape and continues until the exhaustion of sugars.

Food and wine pairing

Scallops with cream, zander or pike with white butter sauce


Recommended serving temperature: 10 to 12°C.

bottle Muscadet - Clos Armand - Michel Delhommeau

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