The Loire Valley is one of seven regions in France approved to produce Crémant, dry sparkling wines made in the méthode traditionelle, the historic method used in Champagne. While a…
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  Western Anjou is home to some of France’s greatest vineyards for fine sweet wine: Coteaux du Layon, Quarts de Chaume and Bonnezeaux. The only grape allowed in these appellations…
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Appellations Anjou-Villages, Anjou-Villages Brissac A selection of the best vineyard parcels within the larger Anjou AOC, these two appellations specialize in savory Cabernet Franc-based wines that improve with 4-6 years…
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  Appellations Bonnezeaux, Quarts de Chaume The sweet wines of Bonnezeaux and Quarts de Chaume have nearly infinite aging potential. Made with the Loire’s hallmark Chenin Blanc grape, they offer…
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Appellations Anjou-Villages, Anjou-Villages Brissac A selection of the best vineyard parcels within the larger Anjou AOC, these two appellations specialize in savory Cabernet Franc-based wines that improve with 4-6 years…
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