M de Mulonnière Blanc 2016 Anjou Château de la Mulonnière


M de Mulonnière is a beautiful dry white wine from Anjou, where Chenin Blanc is at its best. Manual harvest and traditional winemaking are used to make the most of the exceptional local terroir and the Chenin Blanc. It opens on a nose of almond and acacia, with fresh grape and honey notes. On the palate, the wine is soft and well-balanced with a nice freshness. A very interesting wine to discover both the Anjou and the Chenin Blanc grape!

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Producer
Vintage
Appellation
Region
Type
Grape
Château de la Mulonnière
2016
AOC Anjou Blanc
Loire Valley
Dry white wine
100% Chenin Blanc
 
Drink
Open
Serve
Food
from now to 2018
Open and drink
10-12°C
Aperitif, sushi, Asian food
 BodyWhite Wine Body ScaleBarrel IconTechnical stuffM de Mulonniere Chenin Blanc AOC Anjou
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Soil
Vines
Harvest
Alcohol
Ageing
Sandy schist
20 years old
Manual
12.5%
Stainless steel vats
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Decanter World Wine Awards

Silver Medal at Decanter World Wine Awards 2018 - 92/100 "Baked apple, quince and honeyed aromas. Richly textured with refreshing acidity and peachy fruit flourishing on the finish."

Wine Enthusiast

85/100 "This is a lightly honeyed wine with attractive almond and apple fruits. It comes from vines owned by the Saget family since 2002. With final crisp acidity and a tangy texture, it is ready to drink." (previous vintage)

Wine Spectator

89/100 "Plump and friendly, with bright ginger, quince and yellow apple flavors mixed together, backed by engaging acidity that drives the finish along. Drink now through 2018" (previous vintage)

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M de Mulonnière Blanc 2016 Anjou Château de la Mulonnière

M de Mulonnière Blanc 2016 Anjou Château de la Mulonnière

M de Mulonnière is a beautiful dry white wine from Anjou, where Chenin Blanc is at its best. Manual harvest and traditional winemaking are used to make the most of the exceptional local terroir and the Chenin Blanc. It opens on a nose of almond and acacia, with fresh grape and honey notes. On the palate, the wine is soft and well-balanced with a nice freshness. A very interesting wine to discover both the Anjou and the Chenin Blanc grape!