Dom. Brunet is not just another pretty label from France. They are serious wines produced from particular terroirs and selected by us. Typically, French varietals such as these would all come from the same general growing area and earn the Vin de Table designation. Each Dom. Brunet wine is produced from a separate and distinctive growing area. The Pinot Noir for example is grown in the Limoux appellation which enjoys an Atlantic and Mediterranean influence, ideal for Pinot Noir. Our Malbec is actually AOC Cahors produced by Jean-Luc Blades, one of the finest growers in the appellation. The Sauvignon Blanc is from Gascgony, ideally suited to white wine making with its maritime influence and cool clay soils. Our newest varietal, Muscat sec is made from the noble Muscat Blanc a Petits Grains and grown in the Languedoc-Roussillon region which is famous for its sweet wines of the same grape. The last wine of the group is our Chardonnay. It is grown on the cool plateaus of the Herault valley in southern France. Thirty percent of the cuvee is aged in new oak barrels with the remaining seventy percent matured in stainless steel.