Yves et Jérémie Huchet
estate : Le
Domaine de la Chauvinière
of the Domaine occupy an excellent site, on a height overlooking
the valley of the Maine river. At a time in their long history,
they were used as a rest house by the missionaries of the Communauté de
Saint-Clément, before becoming a centre of the jansenist
doctrine. This religious living included vines and a mill.
The legend claims that, in 1710, Father Grignon de Montfort
enjoyed returning every evening to La Chauvinière, where
he appreciated the location and the quiet. Muscadet Sèvre
et Maine has been matured in oak casks for many generations
in the caves of this monastery.
les Montys, a very attractive chateau vineyard
extending over 10 hectares, lies on the commune of Haute-Goulaine,
has a long histor