Our wine list highlights local winegrowers who have chosen to work using environmentally friendly practices aimed at rediscovering the natural expression of the terroirs and the living character of the wine. The natural vinification, the work of the winegrower’s patience and talent, releases unique aromas that find their richness in the bowels of the earth. Our passionate team will accompany you in this discovery of a world infinite in its richness and complexity.
Domaine le Clos Mélaric, Bille de Roche, 2014
Domaine de l’Ecu, Granite, 2014
Domaine de l’Ecu, Orthogneiss, 2014
Domaine Léonis, Buissonnante, 2015
Domaine de la Chevalerie, Diptyque, 2014
Domaine Bordes, Les Marys, 2013
Domaine de Gramenon, Poignée de raisins, 2015
Domaine le Sot de l’Ange, Sottise, 2015
Domaine de la Paleine
Domaine la Tour Grise, Zero Pointé
Didier Chaffardon, Clopin Clopant
Domaine le Sot de l’Ange, Red is Dead
Domaine Bobinet, Poil de Lièvre
Domain Bobinet, Hanami
Natural wine tastings at sunset
Upon your arrival, the chef of the restaurant welcomes you to the terrace of the restaurant JEAN 2. He will talk about the history of the village of Montsoreau, one of the most beautiful villages in France located in the Loire Valley, classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You will thus be able to discover from this exceptional building, the only castle of the Loire built directly on the river bed and the first castle of the Loire of the Renaissance.
In a relaxed atmosphere you will discover a selection of natural wines and taste local homemade products. Six different wines will be offered for tasting. The chef will indicate the origin of each wine and give you information about the winegrowers. Throughout the evening, you can enjoy the breathtaking view of the Loire, the village and the Château de Montsoreau.
Duration: 2 hours
When: Fridays and Saturdays from May 1st to September 26, 2020.
Price: 35€ / person
15 people maximum
Reservations: 06 35 42 70 36 / firstname.lastname@example.org
The Château of Montsoreau – Museum of Contemporary art invites winemakers to join its cultural program by imagining a label in connection with an event.
Didier Chaffardon: PROTEST, 2017.
Gérard Marula : Meeting with Nicolas Lelièvre and Etienne Candel, 2019 .