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presentation1The Domaine "la Haute ‎Févrie" lies 18 km south-east of ‎NANTES, right in the middle of the ‎Muscadet Sèvre et Maine protected ‎designation of origin.  

The estate vines grow on ‎the hills overlooking the Sèvre, ‎between Saint-Fiacre and Monnières. ‎They enjoy optimum ripening ‎conditions and the Muscadet they ‎produce is highly expressive of the ‎soil it grew on. 

In our quality as wine growers and producers for four generations, we monitor and ‎tend our vine to ensure that it produces the very best grapes. 

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Nowadays, the ‎estate covers 30 hectares of ‎vineyards, all under the ‎Muscadet Sèvre et Maine ‎protected designation of origin.

The estate is broken into several plots, each with a different aspect and on ‎different soil: siliceous clay or gravelly and shallow, all on metamorphic rock (gneiss, ‎orthogneiss and amphibolites), resulting in a range of highly individual “clos”: Le Clos de la ‎Févrie, Les Mauguitonnières, Les Gras moutons (Saint-Fiacre), Le Clos Joubert, Le Moulin ‎de la Gustais, Le Clos du Pégatine and many others.‎ 

 

 

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