Closeries des Moussis
This duo proves that you can make fine Bordeaux, skin contact whites, pét-nat and piquette all under the same roof. When you think of Bordeaux, it’s likely you think of two things in particular: Châteaux, and garage winemakers. The latter is the term used to describe the smaller winemakers who emerged particularly on the right bank in the 90s, or earlier in the case of Le Pin. These wines, however, quickly rose to iconic status and the garage terminology actually turned out to be a paradox: this was something far more glamorous and the wines have reached dizzying prices. However, there do exist *actual* garagiste winemakers: winemakers who do everything themselves - from farming, to winemaking, to bottling - in actual garages.