Domaine Paul Buisse

Les Parcelles Marc Dupas Muscadet

8.69 ratings
8.73 pro ratings
Sèvre-et-Maine, Pays Nantais, Loire Valley, France
Muscadet
Top Notes For
Allison Lyzenga

Medium lemon green; medium minus intensity aromas of simple fruit (lemon juice, green apple), subtle savory notes of yeasty dough; youthful; dry, medium plus acid, medium minus alcohol, medium minus body, medium minus intensity flavors of simple citrus and green fruit, subtle yeasty savoriness, short finish; good

Medium lemon green; medium minus intensity aromas of simple fruit (lemon juice, green apple), subtle savory notes of yeasty dough; youthful; dry, medium plus acid, medium minus alcohol, medium minus body, medium minus intensity flavors of simple citrus and green fruit, subtle yeasty savoriness, short finish; good

Oct 1st, 2018
Kyle Groombridge

Nothing crazy, but exactly what Muscadet should be.. bright, lime zest, minerals, a touch of cream but more just refreshment factor. Nice wine and varietally correct.

Nothing crazy, but exactly what Muscadet should be.. bright, lime zest, minerals, a touch of cream but more just refreshment factor. Nice wine and varietally correct.

Aug 27th, 2018
Stephen Pierron

Whoa ....VERY acidic wine from the Loire Valley. This is the first Muscadet I've ever had and needless to say, it sure left a lasting impression. There was not a lot of fruit on the nose, but on the palate was very citrusy(i.e. lime & lemon), green apple, sea salt, and yeasty or bread-like taste that lingers on the finish. I had this wine by itself, but definitely should be served with salty seafood or food with vinegar-based sauces due to the high acidity. According to my wine guide, this is a cooler vintage as a warm vintage would have more yellow apple, star fruit, green mango, and other tropical fruits. "Sur Lie", I have come to learn, is the process where wine is aged on dead yeast particles for a period of time. Cheers to exploring new wines! 😁🇫🇷🍷

Whoa ....VERY acidic wine from the Loire Valley. This is the first Muscadet I've ever had and needless to say, it sure left a lasting impression. There was not a lot of fruit on the nose, but on the palate was very citrusy(i.e. lime & lemon), green apple, sea salt, and yeasty or bread-like taste that lingers on the finish. I had this wine by itself, but definitely should be served with salty seafood or food with vinegar-based sauces due to the high acidity. According to my wine guide, this is a cooler vintage as a warm vintage would have more yellow apple, star fruit, green mango, and other tropical fruits. "Sur Lie", I have come to learn, is the process where wine is aged on dead yeast particles for a period of time. Cheers to exploring new wines! 😁🇫🇷🍷

Sep 13th, 2018
Ted Corvey

Solid value muscadet.

Solid value muscadet.

Jun 4th, 2018
Angelo Casagrande

Nose is floral with a hint of must. Light, crisp, clean finish, kind of a lemony- apple thing going on.

Nose is floral with a hint of must. Light, crisp, clean finish, kind of a lemony- apple thing going on.

Nov 2nd, 2017
Jonathan Reimer

Jonathan had this 6 years ago

Jonathan had this 6 years ago

Oct 8th, 2017
Cassidy Carney

Cassidy had this 2 years ago

Cassidy had this 2 years ago

Nov 15th, 2021
Bill Caperton

Bill had this 5 years ago

Bill had this 5 years ago

Dec 27th, 2018
Lindsay Bishop

Lindsay had this 6 years ago

Lindsay had this 6 years ago

Feb 7th, 2018
Alex Judge

Alex had this 6 years ago

Alex had this 6 years ago

Nov 24th, 2017