The Pays Nantais has a long, interesting history. It was originally planted by the Romans and later replanted under Louis XIV's reign after a devastating frost destroyed the vineyards. Thanks to Louis, we can enjoy one of the most sublime pairings with oysters and fresh seafood. This wine exudes aromas of honeysuckle, lemon and orange. The palate follows with more citrus fruit, melon, salinity and a creamy richness from the lees. This wine is a perfect compliment to oysters on the half shell, mussels and lobster. It will also cut through richer seafood flavors as well as cream sauces.