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The Joseph Mellot estate in the central Loire region of France has a history that spans over 500 years, yet it is one of the most forward-looking wine groups in the country in terms of protecting the environment.In 2009, Mellot was the first winery in central Loire to attain ISO 14001 certification for environmental management.The commitment to quality shows in the wines, from the three entry-level Destinea range to the single-vineyard flagship wines. Destinea is named after the boats that used to carry goods on the Loire River. These are very good wines at their price point, full of flavor and speaking fondly of terroir. Mellot wines come from six central Loire appellations in Sancerre, Pouilly-Fume, Menetou-Salon, Quincy, Reuilly and Coteaux de Giennois. These are elegant and refined wines with wondrous length and a pronounced sense of minerality.The wine continues that sense of minerality and displays an intensity and length that is quite profound.
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