On the slopes of the river Sèvres, in the heart of Nantes wine growing countryside, Château de la Carizière covers 10 hectares of land, planted entirely with the signature grape of the region, Melon de Bourgogne. The total production of the property is 400 hectoliters, or 60,000 bottles.

In 1998, Domaines Landron took over this property and began farming the property organically, according to its geological identity – each parcel is separately vinified, giving two different cuvées.

The Château de la Carizière cuvée’s vines are planted on flinty and clay soil, which give a Muscadet that is tender and fruity. The other vineyard, planted within the walls of a “clos” has less profound soil and use dot make a wine called Clos de la Carizière.

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