La Grapperie
Adonis 2018

Whole bunch pineau d'aunis spend two weeks on their skins before being pressed off for a year's elevage in old barrels. The resulting is wine we find ourselves coming back to year over year - expressive red fruit, with spice and earth details dotted about and a gentle tannin incorporated into the finish.
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Whole bunch pineau d'aunis spend two weeks on their skins before being pressed off for a year's elevage in old barrels. The resulting is wine we find ourselves coming back to year over year - expressive red fruit, with spice and earth details dotted about and a gentle tannin incorporated into the finish.

Producer

La Grapperie
Loire, France

Renaud Guettier makes wine in Coteaux-du-Loir, a region mostly forgotten for winemaking post-phylloxera, but one with a long history of wine production dating back to the Middle Ages, when monks were the first to farm pineau d’aunis in the region. While Renaud doesn’t come from a winemaking family himself, he did study agronomy and spent the majority of his young life interested in plants and agriculture.

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