A Vin de France produced solely from Chenin, with a lovely balance between freshness and smoothness. Decant at least 1 hour before serving. More info
Vin de France Les Onglés Stéphane Bernaudeau (Domaine) serve at a temperature of 13°C. It will pair perfectly with the following dishes: Asperges vertes , langoustine et céleri cuit en croûte de thé fumé, Rillettes du Mans, Blanquette de veau.
This cuvée is iconic to this estate. Stéphane Bernaudeau applies the principles of biodynamics to the vines so of course the Chenin is harvested by hand. Fermentation is triggered naturally with indigenous yeasts and the wine matures on its fine lees in oak barrels before bottling, unfiltered. .
The colour of the wine is a brilliant yellow and its nose has notes of white fruits and cloves, enhanced by wood. The incredibly rich palate is mineral and saline. You can enjoy a long finish of almonds and honey. Remember to decant it an hour before serving it to enjoy the wine to its full potential. For food-wine pairing, opt for white fish or a hearty salad. Don't forget to keep it for a few years ... if you can!
Stéphane Bernaudeau, who works for Domaine Mark Angeli, also owns just over 2 hectares of vines in Anjou in the Martigné-Briand district. This small-scale concern has been very successful and it is hard to get hold of bottles of its Chenin cuvées as their quality is so high. These wines have a distinctive depth, energy and minerality. We can highly recommend wines from this outstanding producer.
Report a problem with this lot ? Report
A Vin de France produced solely from Chenin, with a lovely balance between freshness and s...
€180Just 1 lot left
A true star of the Loire, this is an exceptionally pure Chenin from this brilliant domain;...
€310Just 1 lot left
A 100% Chenin Vin de France with great purity. In the space of just a few days, it has bec...
€340Just 1 lot left
FREE COLLECTION FROM OUR WAREHOUSE
& SHIPPING FROM €9.90 FOR 12 BOTTLES(1)
(1)For delivery in metropolitan France. More information....
iDealwine Price(1) corresponds to the hammer price and the buyer's premium charged by the auctioneer.