Most residents of the southern United States see a wine that starts with “muscad” and assume it is going to have something to do with or taste similar to Muscadine or Moscato. Please believe us, that could not be further from the truth. Muscadet is a style of wine produced in France’s Loire Valley from the Melon de Bourgogne grape that is light, crisp, aromatic, dry and briny. Hell' Celt is a small production cuvee crafted in honor of Hell Fest, one of Europe's largest music festivals, just 2500 cases made with much of it sold at the festival and at the winery, this fantastic example of Muscadet greets you with aromas of fresh fruits and flowers (apricot, hawthorn). These notes continue over to the palate and are joined by the varietals classic briny, iodiney, minerality. Muscadet is one of the world's best shellfish wines!