Domaine de L’Ecu is in the appellation of Muscadet Sèvre et Maine, near the city of Nantes, on the Atlantic Coast of France. More specifically, it consists of 22 hectaires in La Bretonnière near the town of Le Landreau, in an area that benefits from significant winds off of the Atlantic that play a key role in moderating the temperature and helping to prevent diseases that occur in otherwise wet viticultural areas.
This Muscadet is made and vinified to be appreciated in its youth, “on the fruit”.
Straw yellow, crystalline color. Nose mixing smoky notes with citrus and white flowers, fine notes of polish. The palate is full-bodied, presents a beautiful volume but also a tension and a freshness which could not displease the amateurs of Muscadet. This cuvée will perfectly accompany a seafood platter, a fatty fish (mackerel / sardine / salmon type) and will of course be the ideal companion for your aperitif.