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Clos Naudin (Foreau), Vouvray Moelleux "Clos Naudin", 1995

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Foreau’s Clos Naudin sits, together with Domaine Huet, at Vouvray’s pinnacle. Huet is small (35 hectares), but Foreau is tiny (11.5 ha), and centered on the single, exceptional site of Le Mont. Part of what makes Vouvray special is that, under the right circumstances, it can produce a complete range of wines, from the super-dry to the outrageously sweet. There’s a perfect expression of the terroir for every occasion. But Foreau only makes the wines that are right for the character of the vintage. Some years, no dry wines; some years, no sweet wines.

Professional Reviews

Robert Parker

RP 97
"The extraordinary 1995 Vouvray Moelleux Reserve (125 cases for the United States) is clearly meant to be served as either an aperitif or after dinner. The wine's 120 grams of residual sugar legitimately places it in the big-time sweet wine category. It offers an amazing display of tropical fruits intertwined with spring flower and honey scents. Full-bodied yet delicate, this wine's dazzling acidity gives it extraordinary focus and precision... This is an exceptionally well-made, gorgeously clean, well-focused, 100% Chenin Blanc wine that merits considerable attention. Foreau enjoys an impeccable reputation in the Loire Valley. As evidenced by this offering, it is well-deserved." -Robert Parker

What importer Rosenthal Wine Merchant has to say about this wine...


  • Grape Variety

    Chenin Blanc

  • Vintage


  • Size


  • Farming Practice


  • Sweetness


  • Body

    Full Bodied

Loire Valley Wines

The Loire Valley is France’s greatest source of value for anyone looking for elegant, terroir-driven wines. Our collection celebrates the region’s great diversity, with the mineral-driven whites of Muscadet and Sancerre, the beautiful Chenin Blancs and Cabernet Francs from villages like Vouvray and Chinon, and natural wines from everywhere in the region. Sometimes wonderfully fresh and gulpable, sometimes serious and age-worthy, the prices are always very reasonable.