Coteaux D'ancenis, Pays Nantais

Pierre-Luc Bouchaud

Le Perd son Pain Sur Lie Muscadet de Sèvre-et-Maine Melon de Bourgogne 2016

This Muscadet from the Loire Valley is dry and refreshing. — 2 months ago

Domaine du Haut Fresné

Sur Lie Coteaux de la Loire Muscadet

Clean and refreshing. Pear and vanilla aroma, with a hint of effervescence — 9 months ago

Domaine de la Roche Bleue

La Guinguette Coteaux du Loir Gamay Blend 2018

Smokey leather, then cherry, cranberry, grapefruit, mineral, finishes dry. Like this one a lot — 3 months ago

Rémi Sédès

Coteaux d'Ancenis Trait Gamay

I can’t figure out the nose of this, but it’s wild. Sugared, syrupy, miso (?!) and licorice distilled into something you might pour over shaved ice. The palate is mild, but complex. There’s not a small amount of tannin in this, which gives it a grippy, pleasant finish that’s much longer than I would have guessed. No fruit really, maybe some blackberry, but more on the earthy musty and even tart side (it’s not acidic, but sits on my tounge in the strangest way.) very cool, very weird. Loved. — 2 years ago

Domaine Pierre Guindon

Coteaux d'Ancenis Gamay Rosé 2015

Great light fruity rose with notes of red fruit and some acid to bring it all together — 4 years ago

Jan Walker
with Jan

Domaine de la Roche Bleue

La Belle d'Aunis Coteaux du Loir Pineau d'Aunis 2018

Brett, sour cherry, VA, green olive, pepper, game, leather, crushed stone. Grippy high tannins, elevated acidity. Medium body. — 8 months ago

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Domaine Pierre Guindon

Coteaux d'Ancenis Malvoisie 1989

I have 4 of these 1989 malvoisies I've been hoarding. But I was sure they'd be no good. Nope... this is great! Lost some of the sweetness with time, but pungent and a little bit peachy. — 4 years ago

Richard Jones
with Richard
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Will de Graaf

Trait Côteaux d'Ancenis Gamay 2014

Marc Stubblefield

Gamay grown on granite. That's not news. Gamay on granite from the Pays Nantais in the Loire - now we're getting sonewhere. Surprising depth of fruit, compelling minerality. This is great. — 4 years ago

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