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Loire Valley Wines 

The Loire Valley wine region is scattered along the Loire and its tributaries. Loire wines are divided into 4 major regions, L'Anjou and Saumurois with 19 appellations including Les vins de Anjou, Anjou Villages, Cabernet d'Anjou, Savennières, Saumur Champigny, Coteaux du Layon, the Nantes region with 7 appellations including Muscadet Muscadet S...

The Loire Valley wine region is scattered along the Loire and its tributaries. Loire wines are divided into 4 major regions, L'Anjou and Saumurois with 19 appellations including Les vins de Anjou, Anjou Villages, Cabernet d'Anjou, Savennières, Saumur Champigny, Coteaux du Layon, the Nantes region with 7 appellations including Muscadet Muscadet Sèvre and Maine Gros Plant Fiefs Vendéens Coteaux d'Ancenis, Touraine and its 20 appellations including Touraine, Bourgueil, Chinon, Saint Nicolas de Bourgeuil, Montlouis sur Loire, Vouvray, Cheverny and finally the Center Loire with 12 appellations including Sancerre , Pouilly-Fumé, Menetou-Salon, Coteaux du Giennois, Quincy, Reuilly, Saint-Pourçain.

The Loire Valley is a journey from Nantes to Nevers via Angers then Saumur, Tours and finally Blois, Bourges. In a few figures, the wines of the Loire are 85 appellations and geographical names spread over 3 regions and 7 departments, the longest wine route in France with more than 800 km, 12 grape varieties used including 4 major, for reds the Cabernet Franc and for whites, Sauvignon, Chenin and Melon de Bourgogne. The production is divided into 35% white, 30% rosé, 20% red and 15% bubbles.

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