Discover the wines of Domaine de Flines from Loire Valley, the cellar of modern design!
Chantal and Jean Motheron join Anjou, animated by the passion of the wine. In 1954, in Martigné-Briand, where they begin their trading activity. It is in 1968 that they install the bases of the field.
Catherine Motheron, their daughter, takes over the family estate in 2006, modernizes the production tool and decides to give a new boost to the export. Attentive, demanding and passionate, she continues the tradition of quality of the house.
The vineyard is planted with all the traditional varieties of Anjou: Chenin blanc, Cabernet, Grolleau of Cinq Mars, Grolleau Gris, Chardonnay. The cellar of modern design allows all winemaking: maceration, carbonic maceration, fermentation at low temperature. Each variety is vinified using the most appropriate methods. The wines obtained are all very original and the particular characteristics of each variety are respected. The conservation of our products is the focus of our attention. Some wines are aged in oak barrels and others according to their character are bottled at the Domaine, in the Spring following the harvest. The bottling carried out by a powerful equipment guarantees their authenticity.
Domaine de Flines offer bottles of 37.5cl, 75cl, 1.00l and 1.50l, as well as two different screw or cork closures.
This 2019, Domaine de Flines has joined Singapore Wines, Spirit and Beer Competition and won a gold medal:
CREMANT DE LOIRE AOC
Awarded Gold by Singapore Newspaper
Sparkling white wine produced on predominantly limestone soils of Anjou and Saumur.
Harvested by hand, the base wines for Crémant de Loire are the result of a delicate and limited pressing of CHARDONNAY, GROLLEAU GRIS, CHENIN grapes from a wide variety of soils. Secondary fermentation in the bottle (18 months minimum) gives the wine fine bubbles and a delicate aroma.
Serve hit (in an ice bucket) as an aperitif, during a fine meal, or at the end of a meal with the dessert.
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