Soil: Dry and Stony
Perfect Drinking Temperature: chilled 10°C
Winemaking: Organic viniculture, Herbicide-free farming, Traditional hand picking, Use of natural yeast. 100% Sauvignon, cultivated on Kimmeridgian-era limestone soils (140 million-year old marl with little oysters), a loamier soil, more difficult to work but which brings greater structure, length and finesse to the wine. This cuvée has no sulphur added. Yields around 30 hl/ha, matured 18 months in casks, bottled in Spring 2019.
Taste: A ripe, crisp, complex and structured Sauvignon with fantastic mineral, fruity and salty notes.--
ALEXANDRE BAIN - The winemaker of Mademoiselle M
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Alexandre Bain settled in 2007 on 5 hectares at a place called Boisfleury and that same year signed his first vintage. He owes his taste for the land to his farmer grandfather. He combines it with his other passion, animal traction, since he works in plowing on horseback part of his vineyard. Follower of biodynamic culture, he uses very little, if any, sulfites. Its wines claim to be natural and are golden, generous. Pouilly-Fumé withdraws the appellation from 2014 to Alexandre Bain wines, which undoubtedly detonate too much ... Regardless, a new star is born for whom the future looks bright! Alexandre Bain's bottles have become so popular in a short time that it is difficult to get them.
This is the Mademoiselle M 2018