Château du Coing Muscadet 'Comte St Hubert' 2018 (Case of 6)
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Long been Matt’s favourite wine, this has been a staple of the Oystermen Wine list since… well… before The Oystermen!
Matt says: “Floral, zesty with grapefruit and peaches. So much freshness, with a solid acidity and plenty of texture from 14 months of lees ageing”
Rob says: “For me there is no greater pairing with oysters, this is easily one of the best value wines on our site”
From an historic plot of 70+ year old Melon de Bourgogne vines at this traditional estate. Mineral, elegant, with floral hints.
Château du Coing is located in the village of Saint Fiacre, in the Sèvre et Maine district of Muscadet. The current owner and winemaker, Véronique Günther-Chéreau, grew up on the estate and her family have been making wine at Saint Fiacre since 1421. In 2011, her daughter Aurore joined the family domaine, following her studies in Dijon.
Château du Coing Muscadet ‘Comte de St. Hubert’ is sourced from a single, old plot of Melon de Bourgogne vines (some of which exceed 100 years of age), which lie at the meeting point of the Sèvre and Maine rivers. Château du Coing is family-run and uses only estate-grown fruit.
Fermented with indigenous yeasts, the Muscadet Comte St. Hubert spends the winter on its lees and represents incredible value for money. Mineral and zesty with peach and floral notes.