“Becoming Naturalized” An Interview with Peter Hahn of Clos de la Meslerie

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Peter Hahn is making some of the most dynamic, complex, and satisfying Vouvray in the entire appellation today. An American by birth, Peter acquired the four-hectare Clos de la Meslerie in the commune of Vernou-sur-Brenne in 2002, and rehabilitated it through fastidious organic viticultural work the estate’s old vines of Chenin Blanc, producing his first […]

Clos de la Meslerie

When Peter Hahn approached us hoping to find an importer for the Vouvray he produced from his newly-acquired estate, “Le Clos de la Meslerie”, we were impressed by the elegance that this novice vigneron had coaxed from his scant 4 hectares of Chenin Blanc.
Wines: Vouvray Clos de la Meslerie

A Morning in Vouvray

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        “Wednesday (20 Nov 2013) morning was dedicated to Vouvray with stops at Peter Hahn’s Clos de la Meslerie and Philippe Foreau’s Clos Naudin. 2013 was not kind to the appellation: a devastating hailstorm in summer and a rainy late season and cold spring reduced yields and made the growers struggle mightily […]