This is a stunning wine again - it comes from Gabbro soils and is very bright with crisp-edged fresh apple and bursting with salinity the lees contact over the past year gives a satiny, subtly creamy palate, yet one transparent to both vibrantly crystalline and mouthwateringly saline mineral notes. The finale manages to intrigue, soothe and refresh. A beauty - this superb Muscadet is as good as it gets!
Jerome Bretaudeau set up on his own in 2005 having made wine for others for the previous 10 years, in particular with Jo Landron and Guy Bossard. His Domaine de Belle‐Vue is today one of the leading lights in the region and the quality of his wines is quite simply outstanding.
Three things set him way apart from the rest and are the reason that his wines are so good;
His estate is certified Organic since 2009.