Muscadets are usually tremendous values. Crisp, inexpensive and delicious white wines from the Loire Valley in France. This one is all of those. Pale silvery/gold in color, clear and bright. The nose has crushed shells, lemons and sea air. Medium bodied. Good acidity. On the palate, this has lots of minerality, crushed shells, salinity but also lemons to tie it all together. Some depth and complexity. These will age longer than one might think, maybe ten to fifteen years, but they are best when young and crisp. The perfect foil for oysters.