Mathieu LE SAUX
Cider grower and winemaker Mathieu le Saux (Port Coustic farm)
Region Brittany (Morbihan)
City : City : Ile de Groix
Varieties Variety : Purchase of apples from different orchards in Brittany
Surface Winery :
We're talking to you about his Winery
Mathieu Le Saux is originally from the Lorient region (Morbihan). After training in viticulture, notably in Switzerland, our Breton returned home and settled on the island of Groix, 5 km off Lorient.
Mathieu arrived on the island in 2017 with an ambitious, comprehensive and exciting project: to make wine, cider, market gardening and a bit of breeding. The vines and trees for the orchard were planted straight away, but it will take some time before the fruit is harvested. In the meantime, Mathieu buys apples from different orchards in the four Breton departments to make his cider.The selected apples are grown in orchards that respect the ecosystem and the health of both producers and consumers.
Matthieu's aim is to really bring out the terroir and the fruit in the different ciders he produces.
La Ferme du Port Coustic is mostly raw cider. Fruit ciders, clean and precise.
"Our niche is to make cider with apple juice, the old-fashioned way, with old vertical presses. With us, no sweetening, no wetting with water, no filtration, no addition of sulphites, yeast, enzymes... or other industrial stratagems!
Whether it is to quench your thirst, wake you up, or accompany a fine meal, we strongly invite you to taste the ciders of the Port Coustic Farm. Yec'hed mat !