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A classic example of a very well-made sweet Muscat de Saint Jean de Minervois, nectar on the palate. Traditionally drunk by the French as an apéritif, this style is now often served with foie gras, blue cheeses and desserts.
As with all of their other wines no chemical herbicides or pesticides have been used on the land and the wines have not been filtered nor fined. This wine should be drunk at temperature of 12 degrees and shows wonderful flavours of tropical fruit, especially star fruit, and some pear. It can be drunk as an aperitif and is also the perfect match to citrus and tropical fruit desserts.
Best drunk at room temperature this Maury should be drunk with rich, dark chocolate desserts or on its own as a digestif or with a cigar.