Monnières-Saint-Fiacre, which lies southeast of Nantes, is one of ten villages certified in the classification of Muscadet de Sèvre-et-Maine called Crus Communaux. With a succession of hills rising along the left bank of the Sèvre and a series of knolls rising along its tributaries, Monnières-Saint-Fiacre is located at the heart of the region’s Crus Communaux. The silty, sandy soils on these steep slopes are fine in texture and moderately deep, with a higher concentration of clay and decomposed gneiss.
The wines of Monnières-Saint-Fiacre are fleshy and creamy in texture, with a subtle yet refreshing touch of bitterness at the finish. They deliver aromas of citrus fruit, orange blossom, and exotic fruit, often combined with balsamic notes like wax or honey.
After hand-harvesting, alcoholic fermentation occurs with native yeasts in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks. After fermentation, the wine ages on the lees for 35 months in underground cement tanks before bottling. The wine is produced only in the best years.
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