From everyone’s favorite mustachioed vigneron comes Les Houx, previously known as Hermines d’Or. This is quintessential muscadet, and muscadet is a quintessential TFL wine. The vines are over 70-years- old... read more →
The god of red wine shone down on melon-master Marc Ollivier in this vintage, and I’ll be extolling the virtues of all of his cuvées, but let’s start here with... read more →
From gneiss soils, four whole years on the lees. So what does that mean? Plenty of complexity for a little simple wine that is far from simple with the depth... read more →
Have you seen the bottling called Muskadig? This is from the same vignerons, brothers Alain and Christian Couillaud. The estate is now half converted to organic, and this cuvée comes... read more →
Without a doubt Marc Olivier is one of the heartthrobs of The Feiring Line. He did it again in 2014. Love. Love. Love. Granite soils, vines over sixty years. The... read more →
Jérôme Bretaudeau is the vigneron—who wisely did some stages under Jo Landron and Guy Bossard before he started his estate in 2005. A little pet’nat of joy. Simple.