Region:   Coteaux du Layon, Anjou

Color:   Golden Amber

Aroma:   Dried Pineapple and Caramel

Tasting Notes:   Complex tropical fruit, fig and ripe apricots, bruised apples and acacia honey, all kept in check by a cleansing and clear freshness on the finish

Food Pairings:   Cheesecake with fresh fruit topping and Tarte Tatin

Grape Variety:   100% Chenin Blanc

Alcohol Level:   12%

Vinification:   Very slow dry and light decanting with long fermentation; this allows the harmonious expressions of aromas, volume and structure. Later the wine is transferred to oak barrels for a minimum period of 18 months.

Notes/Facts:   La Table de la Bergerie is a small restaurant located in Champ Lyon, started by David Guitton and Anne Guégniard, daughter of winemakers Yves and Marie.  It encompasses the marriage of some of the finest cuisine and wine in the Loire region.  It all comes together from culinary experience in Washington DC, Switzerland but also London and Monaco where David has trained alongside top chefs like Alain Ducasse and Joel Robuchon.