Tuesday, January 20, 2009


I had a Muscadet sur lie from Domaine du Grand Mouton cuvée Prat-Ar-Coum Louis Métaireau 2007. Delicious, a touch bubbly, slightly acid, fresh and voluptuous drank with curried rice and pieces of monkfish.
Jean Paul, who gave me this bottle, told me that the bottles were immersed at 15 m (around 39 ft) in the sea in Brittany for a period of time, in other words, under 10° C (50° F).
I don’t if this method makes this wine so delicious, but in any case, it is good and not too expensive. In addition, this wine is good with more than just oysters from Brittany.

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