This Savennières comes from four terroirs of different schists and is a fine balance between tension and smoothness. More info
Against the trend of multiple parcel cuvées, Eric Morgat produces a wine from four shaly soils. The harvested grapes from each plot are vinified and aged separately in Burgundy pièces. This Savennières unfurls a nose of ripe fruit (apple, pineapple, citrus) and acacia enhanced by aromas of flint. A wine of great purity with incredible density. The palate is tense with an endless finish: a great Savennières.
Eric Morgat hails from a family of winemakers from Angers who cultivate vines in the Coteaux du Layon appellation. When he was 25 years old, he decided to set off on his own adventure, founding his own domain in 1995. He began by buying uncultivated and abandoned land. The domain now spans 6 hectares of Chenin.
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