Harvested from a parcel in Bonnezeaux, this dry white wine is destined to become a Cru d'Anjou Blanc. The grapes are harvested when very ripe to preserve the richness and typicality of the appellation's terroir. Fermented and aged on lees in jars for one year, it is a rich and powerful gastronomic white wine. 2022 will be our first vintage for this exceptional cuvée...
An exceptional Anjou white wine
It is a pleasure to open a bottle of dry Anjou white wine from the Domaine des Petits Quarts. After pouring the Loire Valley white wine into a stemmed glass, we observe its brilliant color with green highlights. This discreet Pays de la Loire dry white wine has a pleasant freshness and citrus aromas. The flavors of ripe fruit coat your palate with a discreet presence of exotic notes that linger over time. This allows it to have a long finish without being syrupy or too full-bodied. A white Loire wine rated as very successful by the Hachette Vins guide. The 2020 edition of the Guide awarded this rating to the 2018 vintage, making it one of the best dry white wines from Anjou.
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Anjou Blanc 75CL13.00€ Découvrir
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The various characteristics of this exceptional wine
The Domaine des Petits Quarts produces about 3300 bottles of this vintage every year. The wine is aged in tank. The 2018 vintage is best enjoyed between 2020 and 2029 to reveal all its flavors. This dry white wine is a wine for aging that can be stored for more than 10 years.
This wine is served with aperitifs, cheese or desserts for a perfect pairing. This dry white wine for aperitifs or desserts can be served neat or with a syrup for a festive touch. Its ripe fruit aromas will go perfectly with cheeses, such as goat cheese, bringing a little freshness to the cheese and bread combination. Finally, fruity desserts such as Normandy apple tart or orange gratin with chocolate chips will be magnified by this exceptional wine.
To fully appreciate this wine, the ideal serving temperature is between 8 and 10°C.
A little history about Domaine des Petits Quarts
The Domaine des Petits Quarts has been located in Faye-d’Anjou since the 19th century. The sweet and liquorous wines are the ones that give the most volume to the domain. The winemaker has built the reputation of his estate on these beverages. The recognition came in 2004 with an award for “best liquorous wine in the world” for its Grain par Grain 1996 vintage. 10 years of work for such a result, it’s worth it. The Bonnezeaux appellation, of which the Domaine des Petits Quarts is a reference, has won numerous gold medals and the Godineau estate was honored in 2019 with the title of “winemaker of the year” in the Hachette guide.
Since 2021, the estate has passed into new hands. Five Angevin families have taken over from the Godineau family, which had no successors. No worries for lovers of these wines, the transmission has been entrusted to locals who love this terroir and the wines of this region. They will perpetuate the tradition and will be committed to promoting the Domaine des Petits Quarts around the world.
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