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Thanks to its association with Bordeaux, Muscadelle is the most recognizable of Plageoles’ five sweet styles. This one comes from a 40- to 60-year-old parcel of vines grown on schist and clay. It’s cropped at a very low 15 hl/ha. For the most part, the fruit is dried on the vine (passerillage), although in some years there is a proportion of botrytis. The wine was vinified and aged in old oak demi-muids and finished with around 200 g/L residual.
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