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Loire, France


Muscadet Sèvre et Maine sur Lie


30-70-year-old vines from the Lieu-diet “Perd son  Pain” planted in sandy limestone with shale bedrock


100% Melon de Bourgogne


Sustainably farmed: use of ground cover, canopy management, green harvesting.



Aged on fine lees with daily bâtonnage for the first month.

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Located at a stone's throw from Arles, in the direction of Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer, sits an authentic Camarguais domain. This 16th century building, composed of 10 hectares of vineyards and 70 hectares of cereals land, was occupied by the Count of Bouchaud and his family until 1975, when the domaine was sold to the order of the Benedictine monks. Since 1962, the Bonistalli family has been farming this land. Stephan, the grandson, passionately cultivates these lands, to offer you sun-drenched wine of the Camargue.

Fact Sheets: 2016

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