The magnificent underwater scenery of the island of Rangiroa inspires raptures of the deep. But another nod to its marine riches is the names of the wines produced by Domaine Ampelidacées, off the village of Avatoru, in the Tuamotu Archipelago: White Reef, Reef Clos, Rosé nacarat and other sweet white wines. This vineyard of over eight hectares in the middle of a coconut grove produces two annual harvests (in May and November) and 40,000 bottles a year, all of which age in the cellars.
Accessible by private boat, the domaine can be visited and holds wine-tastings. Make a booking and try these wines structured in flavour by Carignan, Hamburg and Italia Muscat vines. In moderation, of course.