Elegant sweet wine, the Bonnezeaux is a great wine of guard, some become centenarians
As an aperitif, on a cooked foie gras, white meat, strong cheese, blue cheese and desert. A younger Bonnezeaux can be used on shellfish such as lobster, jumbo shrimp
Terroir & Vines
The vineyard is located on 3 hillsides steep slope bordering the Layon. The soils are developped on shales. The south-facing exposure and the exceptional thermal behavior of these superficial soils, favor a vegetative precocity along with the morning mist. These criteria consituting to obtain ripened grapes and the "noble rot"