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Je T’Aime Mais J’Ai Soif, Vincent Caille, Vin de France

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The Je T’Aime Mais J’ai Soif (I love you but I’m thirsty) cuvee was first made in 2017 due to the disastrously low yields of the vintage and Vincent needing to make some wine to make ends meet. He therefore bought fruit from a friend in Ardeche and this unusual blend of Marsanne and Melon de Bourgogne was born. He liked the wine so much he has contuned to make it year on year. The Southern component lends a touch of weight and spice to the fresher nature of Muscadets signature grape.


66% Melon de Bourgogne, 34% Marsanne. 

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