Deux moulins

Loire Propriétés


Paris Wine Company founder Joshua Adler uses his intimate knowledge of French wine regions and connections with producers to create custom bottlings for The Good Wine Project. The project mission is to find good wines at good prices with good labels.

The Deux Moulins wines come from traditional grapes of the Loire Valley. The White is 100% Sauvignon Blanc and the red is 100% Pinot Noir. Each year, Paris Wine Company tastes and selects the best cuvées for the Deux Moulins label.

Label artwork for Deux Moulins by Matthieu David, a key part of the Paris Wine Company family.

“The Deux Moulins wines are some of the most delicious values in France. They are selected to be perfect for everyday, and to be easy to drink on their own or with a wide variety of dishes.” Joshua Adler

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Deux Moulins IGP Loire Valley Sauvignon Blanc

Varietals: 100% Sauvignon Blanc                              Color: White

Sauvignon is unquestionably the most famous grape-variety in the world. The fruit that goes into the Deux Moulins blend comes from gravel and schist vineyards located between Anjou and Tours. Vinified at cold temperature in stainless steel tanks to emphasize the fruit- forward nature of the wine. Crisp, light, and juicy. 

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Deux Moulins AOP Rosé de Loire

Varietals: Grolleau, Gamay, Cabernet Franc           Color: Rosé

This dry Loire Valley rose is crisp, fresh, and fruity. The Deux Moulins rose is over 80% Grolleau,
the traditional grape used for rose in the Loire Valley. Gamay and Cabernet Franc are blended in to add complexity. This rose is very light, easy to drink, and refreshing. 

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Deux Moulins Vin de France Pinot Noir

Varietals: 100% Pinot Noir                                                                  Color: Red

The fruit that goes into the
Deux Moulins cuvée is a blend of Pinot Noir from the Loire Valley and the Languedoc.
The Loire Valley component comes from sand and gravel vineyards in Chateaumeillant and adds elegance and finesse. The Languedoc fruit adds a fruity richness. Together, they create an exceptionally delicious French Pinot Noir. 

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