The Domaine’s cuvée assembled and prepared with meticulous rigour and precision. This wine is representative of the region, of our soils and a typical Muscadet Sèvre et Maine.
The tradition of the region and of the Pays Nantais is revealed through this unique and discret grape variety. It is essentially charaterised by its refreshing nature.
The Domaine des Trois Toits was built on the old foundation of an ancient abbey established there in the 17th century. The cave is built entirely of stone and its roof is marked by three peaks – thus its name: “Trois Toits” or three roofs. Hubert Rousseau’s holdings encompass twenty seven hectares and are divided into three plots: the “Clos de la Nicoliere” (15 hectares), the Clos de la Louée (7 hectares) and the “Clos du Bézier” (5 hectares). The vineyards are well situated as they are each in the immediate proximity of the chai; they are also all within the confines of the village of Vertou which is the first commune devoted to the vine as one leaves the city of Nantes in a southerly direction. Vertou is traversed by the river “Sevre” which gives its name to the appellation: Muscadet de Sevre et Maine.
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