This dry white wine is 100% Folle Blanche, or Gros Plant, a variety used in the Nantais to produce a very dry white with good acidity similar to Muscadet or Picpoul from the Languedoc. Leesy, creamy aromas but super dry, light, with zesty citrus fruit makes this a great aperitif or seafood wine. On the nose there’s delicate notes of citrus and white flowers. On the palate there’s freshness and uch of prickliness from the lees and a crisp lemony finish.


ABV 11.5%

Vegetarian/ Vegan Friendly



Pierre Luneau and Monique Apin set up the Domaine Luneau-Papin in 1993. Their son, Pierre- Marie (who is the eighth generation of the family to be a vigneron) joined them in the family venture in 2005. Pierre and Monique were both born into prominent local wine-producing families; Pierre’s family, the Luneau family, in Le Landreau since 1680, and Monique’s family, the Papin family, in La Chapelle-Heulin since 1660.

Soils are sandy and silty on a schistous and gneiss bedrock. The soil is quite warm, and very well-drained on slopes that face South-West, in the village of Le Landreau.