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Muscadet B&B – Chateau de l’Oiselinière

Imonument historiquen the heart of the Nantes vineyards beside the river la Sèvre Nantaise is a classic and historic 18th Century Chateau with its vineyards Chateau de l’Oiselinière was once owned by the Seigneurs (Lords) of nearby Clisson (44 Loire-Atlantique, Pays de la Loire)

B&B Chateau de l'Oiselinière

B&B Chateau de l’Oiselinière

Château de l’Oiselinière is thought to be the oldest Muscadet producer in the region.  It is also a renowned bird sanctuary and the chateau is classified as a historical monument. The 18th-century château offers elegant rooms with antique furniture. A beautiful setting for a fine old house with double en-suite rooms and a suite with garden view, all individually decorated with style. Free wifi. Free wifi

Chateau de l’Oiselinière wineHere the wines are Muscadet de Sèvre et Maine sur lie AOP – top flight Muscadets classically matched with the fish and seafood from the nearby Atlantic. They are made from the local Melon de Bourgogne grape(nothing to do with Burgundy wines!).A decade or more back Muscadet tended to be over-acidic, but the modern style is much more mouth-friendly! Wine-testing sessions and guided visits around the chateau and the estate are available.

The Chateau de l’Oiselinière  is about 30km south-east of Nantes in the heart of classic Muscadet country. Every summer there is a fantastic arts trail in Nantes which is well worth a visit for the whole family – Le Voyage á Nantes as well as some great music festivals:-

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Muscadet is made at the western end of the Loire Valley, near the city of Nantes in the Pays de la Loire region neighboring the Brittany Region. More Muscadet is produced than any other Loire wine. It is made from the Melon de Bourgogne grape, often referred to simply as melon. As a rule in France, Appellation d’origine contrôlée wines are named either after their growing region or after their variety (the latter in Alsace only). The name Muscadet is therefore an exception. The name seems to refer to a characteristic of the wine produced by the melon grape variety.(wikipedia)