Château de le Gravelle
Direct from France's Nantes region, bordering the Atlantic Ocean, Chateau de la Gravelle provides nothing but the finest family-made wines with a natural focus.
Sustainably farmed with no pesticides, its 100% organic offerings will be the envy of all your wine-loving friends and a big hit at any dinner party.
The History of Chateau de la Gravelle
The history of Chateau de la Gravelle's involvement in the wine industry dates back hundreds of years - but founder Veronique Gunther and her daughter are committed to a method of farming that has become somewhat novel in the industry.
With an all-natural, organic focus, their small farm of just 42 acres produces some of the cleanest wine you'll find anywhere with minimal impact on the environment.
Chateau de la Gravelle Company Mission
Chateau de la Gravelle aims to make delicious, flavorful wines you can feel good about. Using the same kind of farming methods that date back generations, its offerings stand the test of time by maintaining an impeccable taste.
Benefits of Chateau de la Gravelle
Chateau de la Gravelle promises a superior wine drinking experience with each bottle. It ensures that the high quality of each individual grape is reflected every time you take a sip and you will take note to benefits like:
- Sustainably farmed
- No added sugars or sweeteners of any kind
- Supporting a family-owned business
Top Chateau de la Gravelle Product
While Chateau de la Gravelle offers a number of great wines, we at Thrive Market are proud to recommend its Muscadet 2017 above all. Find out more below:
Chateau de la Gravelle Muscadet 2017
Muscadets once had a bit of a bad reputation in the world of white wines, but master sommelier Josh Nadel now considers the Chateau de la Gravelle Muscadet 2017 to be one of the great values in the industry. The Muscadet - with white peach and citrus aromas - pairs well with seafood, salads, cheeses, and more, providing a novel sensation to an already great meal.
Dig Deeper Into the Wonderful World of Wine
There's a lot to learn about wine, especially when it comes to the increasingly common all-natural offerings the industry provides. Fortunately, you don't need to pass a sommelier's test to get a better understanding.
Check out some of our blog posts as a helpful guide to getting the most out of every bottle:
A Sommelier's Guide to Clean Wine
Want to know more about what "clean wine" actually is? The short answer is that it mostly comes from natural, small-batch wine producers, but we have plenty more information for you to go through in this Q&A with master sommelier Josh Nadel.
What is Decanting, and Why Should You Do It?
You may have heard that some wines are better when they're decanted. But if you want to know why that's the case or the best ways to do it, we have some recommendations.
Use Wine to Make Popsicles for Grown-Ups
Wine can be great for sipping with just about any meal, but you can have a little bit more fun with it than that as well. With this how-to guide for making delicious, refreshing wine popsicles, you can get just even more enjoyment out of whatever bottles you buy.