Michel Bregeon - Dry Farm Wines

Michel Bregeon

by Sara Mote July 30, 2015

The Winemaker
Michel Bregeon farms 24 hectare in Muscadet-Sevre-et-Maine, where he is an ardent defender of the unique terroir from these very rocky soils.

The Grape
Melon was first planted in Loire in the 17th century, The grape originated in Burgundy.

The Appellation
The Muscadet-Sevre-et Maine Appellation spans over 8,800 Hectare, 21 Villages and produces 80% of all Muscadet. AOC 1936


DFW Speak
True to the grape as any wine. Super clean, beautifully straw pale, we just had it last night with green figs and creme  fresh for desert. AMAZING.  This wine just plays nice with anything; very delicate and super sheer. Wow, beyond perfect and seductive.

Alcohol: 11.77 %
Sugars .4 g/L
Sulfites 54 pp

Domaine: Michel Bregeon
Country: France 
Region: Loire Valley
Appellation: Muscadet
Producer: Michel Bregeon
Founded: 1975
Annual Production: 3000 cases
Wine: Muscadet-Sevre-et-Maine
Grape/Blend: Melon de Bourgogne
Vine Age: 40 Years
Farming: Natural
Soil: Gabbro
Vineyard Area: 7.8 Hectare
Filtration: Minimal
SO2: Minimal 

Vintner Notes

Direct press and fermented on indigenous yeasts. Aged on the lees in underground glass lined tanks until betting.

Sara Mote
Sara Mote


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