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Domaine Huet Vouvray Le Mont Sec 2021

$74.99 x 6

(price per 750ml bottle) - sold in cases of 6 bottles
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Bottles per case


Price range per bottle

$50.00 – 99.99



Grape variety

Chenin Blanc







Sub region



Wine type

White Table Wine

Payment Type



Domaine Huet



The sec (dry) wines of the Loire are considered to be a pure expression of the best of both Chenin Blanc and the terroir of the Vouvray region. At Domaine Huet, grapes are grown according to biodynamic principles, then harvested and meticulously sorted by hand. Each cuvée shows a precise expression of the Domaine’s soils.

The soil in Huet’s Le Mont vineyard is pebbly and consists mainly of green-coloured clay and silica. The wines produced in this vineyard are traditionally elegant and poised. Vinified in the tradition of the house, the pure, chiseled, mineral flint of the Le Mont vineyard comes through on the nose and the palate.

“The 2022 Le Mont Sec is a parcel of Chenin planted on clay with scattered flint, giving a certain tension to the style you certainly don’t find in the come-hither Clos du Bourg. Its supple, concentrated core of fruit sits within a framework of structure. Both acidity and phenolics add tension and sinew. While some natural residual sugar remains (5.5g/L residual sugar), this rounds out the palate and brings balance – it’s near-as-dammit dry in its impression and technically dry under Vouvray’s rules. I’d like to see this with a little more bottle age as, compared with, say, Clos du Bourg, this isn’t yet ready to approach but should blossom.”
95 points, Rebecca Gibb, Vinous, June 2023

“A very expressive, rich and inviting wine, with an enticing mix of juicy lemon, yellow apple and honeysuckle flavors flecked with dried thyme, brioche and chamomile tea. Shows a lot of stuffing, with vivid acidity and chalky tannins providing a framework for the density, extending through the quinine-laced finish. Drink now through 2032.”
94 points, Kristen Bieler, Wine Spectator, August 2023