Domaine Bonnet-Huteau

Domaine Bonnet-Huteau

This family owned and run property dates back over 150 years, with the old manor house dating back to the 11th century. In 1959 the estate gave up production of other agriculture in favour of vines. Today brothers Rémi and Jean-Jacques Bonnet are in control.

Rémi joined the business in 1982 and his brother, Jean-Jacques, followed in 1988. Their 40 hectare estate has been farmed in an environmentally conscious manner for over 12 years, they started the conversion to organics in 2005 gaining accreditation in 2009 then moving on to biodynamic methods in 2010. The soil types of the estate are very distinct: Dabinières is mica-schist and gneiss; Gautronnières is gabbro and amphibolite, both volcanic igneous rocks; Les Laures is granite; and oulaine a mix of schist and gneiss.

  1. Muscadet Sur Lie Gautronnières, Ch Tarcière
    Muscadet Sèvre-et-Maine, Sur Lie, Les Gautronnières, Bonnet-Huteau 2017
    Muscadet 12.0% Vol
    Loire Valley > Muscadet
    Fantastic, vivacious Muscadet, full of zesty white fruit character, some minerality, plenty of...
    £11.70 per bottle
  2. Muscadet Goulaine VV Bonnet Huteau
    Muscadet Sèvre-et-Maine, Goulaine Vieilles Vignes, Bonnet-Huteau 2013
    Muscadet 12.5% Vol
    Loire Valley > Muscadet
    Following extended lees ageing of over 18 months this wine has bags of character. Floral on the...
    £14.95 per bottle