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Monnières Saint Fiacre

Grape variety : 100 % Melon de Bourgogne

Plot: Les Rochettes - Monnières - 1 hectare

Harvest: Manual

Age of the vines: 40 years

Soil type: Gneiss

Ageing: 48 months

Container: 75 cl bottle


Cru communal

The Cru Communal Monnières – Saint Fiacre is the result of an approach by several winegrowers and their desire to come together around the same terroir.


Light golden, limpid and shiny, expressive, sweet apple (Gala), floral. Power, aromatic complexity and structure are the qualities of this great wine for laying down.


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

Best accompaniment: fish and white meats ; very appreciated with cheeses or aperitif


In a carafe it will express all its power even better.
Recommended serving temperature: 12 to 14°C.

bottle Muscadet - Monnières Saint Fiacre - Michel Delhommeau

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