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Serious Eats Amateur Wine Taste-Along Report: Muscadet

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Despite the fact that we were stuck indoors for the tasting, it was clear that these light and refreshing wines would be great to enjoy outdoors in these last few weeks of summer (assuming no more hurricanes and earthquakes are in the mix). The bright acidity, low alcohol, and slight effervescence made Muscadet a summertime white we're likely to reach for again. And with a couple dozen raw oysters on the half shell, we were well equipped to enjoy these wines—and discover which ones stood out. More

Serious Eats Amateur Wine Taste-Along: Muscadet

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Muscadet, which is made exclusively from Melon de Bourgogne grapes, usually hails from the western side of the Loire region in France. Grapes grown from this cool climate region offer deliciously fresh-tasting acidity. Why does the climate matter? Glad you asked... More

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