The region is Muscadet (not to be confused with a grape called Muscat) where they grow melon (not the tropical fruit, the grape formally known as Melon de Bourgogne). Anyway. A good muscadet wine is a timeless pleasure and this is an example from one of our favourite producers in that region. From 40 year old vines, bottled without fining or filtration having been aged on the fine lees for twelve months. The wine is floral, mineral, clean and crisp.