This 1st sorts explodes in her class and shows a huge potential. The balance is fantastic, between the soil chalky minerality and persistence in candied citrus, in a smooth style that will continue to become more complex over time...
The Huet field practice the bio-dynamic method since 1990.
Floor average thin depth of 1 meter, which is in direct contact with the limestone rock and no assets. Located in 1st side above the Church of Vouvray. It is worked mechanically in accordance with traditional methods. He labour to cover the vines after the harvest. In the spring, he a tilling process, i.e. that it removes dirt from the foot of the vines. Then periodically, it takes away the grass as and as it grows, thanks to the passage of mechanical tools. This mechanical treatment is essential, he also never used of chemical herbicides on the field in order to maintain the microbial life of the soil. Organic fertilizer made in small quantities, are produced on exploitation from manure of cattle, and straw composted for about a year. Treatment products that are used for the protection of the vineyard are only Bordeaux, sulfur powder, and preparations herbal (horsetail, nettle, yarrow). He removed completely the use of acaricides, insecticides and all chemicals synthesis since 1988. So, it have recreated an ecologically balanced environment where natural predators are again present. The work of the soil and the vine are made according to the different rhythms of the planets as well as practised more or less consciously winemakers of past centuries. This method of cultivation which respects the soil, the plant and the environment, allows to develop the character of their wines and keep the authenticity of their terroirs.
|Type of products||Wines|
|Region||Vallée de la Loire|
|Cuvee's name||Haut Lieu Moelleux 1ère Trie|
|Title supplement||RVF Note: 17.5 - delivery only in France|
|Stock information||Epuisé. Souhaits de réservation par mail.|
|Capacity||75 cl bottle|
|Sweetness index||5 Mellow|
|Main style||Elegant - Refined|
|Grape varieties||100% Chenin|
|Main grape variety||Chenin|
|Consumption recommendation||2028 - 2040|