Thomas Batardiere Mama Rose 2018



The Cabernet Franc and Grolleaus are worked in direct press while Chenin has been macerated a few days in whole bunches. The wine was fermented in indegenous yeasts and then aged in stainless steel vats for bottling in early spring 2019. Certified Biodynamic (and it's a Natural wine.)

Additional Info

Additional Info

Farming Standard biodynamic
Winemaker Thomas Batardiere
Producer Thomas Batardiere
Alcohol 12.80
ml 750
Residual Sugar (g/L) 0.10
Acidity (g/l) 4.20
Closure No
Cellar Potential Dink in its youth
Grape Variety 40% - Chenin Blanc
40% - Grolleau
20% - Cabernet Franc
Body medium
Sweetness dry
region Loire Valley


Loire Valley

Covering 87 different AOCs, the Loire Valley is known for a fresh and fruity wine style, paired with crisp flavors. Some of the best known AOCs of France can be found in this region, including Sancerre, Chinon, Muscadet Sevre et Maine and Pouilly-Fume.

The region is dominated by the variety's Chenin Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc and Melon de Bourgogne ("Muscadet") for whites and by Cabernet Franc, Gamay and Pinot Noir for reds. Next to still wines, the Loire Valley is also the second-largest producer of sparkling wines in France.


Anjou AOC

The part of the Loire appellation known as "Middle Loire" is comprised of the Anjou and Saumur sub-appellations.

Within the Anjou wine region are many different appellation d'origine contrôlée (AOC), each one responsible for a broad spectrum of wines including reds, whites and rosé as well as sweet wines. The region produces more varied wine styles from different grape varieties than any other Loire Valley wine region.

The two main grape varieties of the Anjou are Chenin blanc, which is here sometimes referred to as Pineau de la Loire and Cabernet Franc. Chenin Blanc is made into dry, sweet and sparkling wine. Cabernet Franc is used mostly for rosé and still red wines.

mostly for rosé and still red wines.

SKU: 3126
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