We've always like this Muscadet, not only because it has a great price point, but also because it's fresh and quaffable. From the maritime influenced region of Nantais, Berrière comes from a smaller appellation more south called Muscadet Côtes de Grandlieu. Côtes de Grandlieu experiences warmer temperatures and more humidity than its close more northern Muscadet Sèvre et Maine. Though you can really taste the added body due to riper grapes, this wine still has refreshing acidity and soft notes of apple, lemon, and white blossoms. Oysters are a classic pairing, but we prefer it with potatoes au gratin!