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Dorices Muscadet Sevre-Maine Choisie

A wine produced from the Melon de Bourgogne grape, native to the Loire Valley, France

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  • Mar 29, 2010
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While many Muscadets may display the crispness of a brand-spanking-new greenback, it costs remarkably few of them!
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"While it may display the crispness of a brand-spanking-new greenback, it costs remarkably few of them to obtain"
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Racy and long, the charming Dorices Muscadet Cuvee Choisie takes on a classic yet distinctly clean and refreshing look at this varietal; perfect with simple shellfish dishes.

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France, Loire Valley, Oysters, Muscadet, Seafood And Wine Pairing, Melon De Bourgogne, White Wine Review


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