Christophe, Romain, and Freddy MALIDAIN
Vignoble Malidain, founded in 1954, is a family-run vineyard in La Limouzinière, in the Loire-Atlantique region, about 20 kilometres south of Nantes. Nearby is the Lac de Grandlieu, which in winter becomes the largest natural lowland lake in France.
Our vineyard lies within the appellation area of Muscadet Côtes de Grandlieu, which must be made exclusively from the unique white grape variety Melon.
In total, we have 45 hectares of vines, from which we produce Muscadet Côtes de Grandlieu Sur Lie, white, rosé and red IGP Val de Loire wines, traditional method sparkling wines and non-alcoholic grape juice.
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