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  • 1997 Moulin Touchais, Coteaux du Layon, 75cl
History documents that the first sweet wines were produced along the banks of the Layon in 1579, with Dutch merchants encouraging their production, since they appeared to have the stamina to survive the journey by boat back to the Low Countries. Whilst the family Touchais cannot claim to have pioneered the production of moelleux, their ancestors were certainly making wine as far back as 1787. That’s eight generations so far, and counting… The first six were situated not within the town, but in Tigné, the location of the original Moulin and it was from here that the original vineyard holding was built up, mostly to support the requirements for Cuisse de Bergère, a hugely successful inexpensive branded rosé that was developed by Joseph Touchais in the late 1940s and around the same period the business was transferred to the cellars in Doué-La-Fontaine.
 
One of the best vintages of the decade there are some wonderfully tropical elements as well as plenty of Botrytis evident. Pairs perfectly with Crème Brulee, Pate or strong cheeses.

Alcohol: 14%
 

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1997 Moulin Touchais, Coteaux du Layon, 75cl

  • Product Code: WIDEF001
  • Availability: In Stock
  • £50.00

  • Ex VAT: £41.67

Tags: france, white, dessert wine, chenin blanc, rich, fine wine, old world, cork