“ You have to obey certain rules. Firstly, we would recommend a white wine. A dry wine is preferable, maybe even very dry. Please note that a dry wine can also be fruity. Too often the fruit of an aromatic white wine is associated with sweetness. So here are my suggestions, in no particular order. Always remember that a higher priced wine from a small denomination is often a quality product, whereas a less expensive wine from a large denomination is more often than not a mediocre wine. If the price is the same, then it would be sensible to choose the one from the small denomination...
Muscadet is an obvious choice to have with oysters. Nevertheless, the richness and unctuosity of Saint Kerber oysters, particularly the Spéciale Saint Kerber, easily accommodates the more aromatic wines. If you prefer to stay with the Muscadet, then choose a good vintage, but not an old oaked one. "