Granted its AOC status in 2009, Saint-Pourçain is located literally in the center of France. While it produces a range of wines, the appellation is best known for its distinctive…
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Appellations Orléans/Orléans-Cleary Pinot Meunier, better known as one of the trio of grapes used for Champagne, predominates in Orleans. AOC Orléans makes fine light-bodied reds and whites, while AOC Orléans-Clery…
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  Located in the Centre-Loire, Côtes du Forez is the southernmost of all the Loire Valley vineyards. The distinctive combination of granite soil, moderate continental climate and vineyard aspect make…
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Elevated from VDQS to full AOC status in 2011, Côtes d’Auvergne produces a range of white, rosé and red wines that pair well with a great range of cuisines, especially…
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Côte Roannaise, located in the far south of the Loire region, produces rosé and red wines exclusively from Gamay. Vineyard Location: Located in the north of the Loire department, Côte…
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This appellation on the eastern edge of the Loire Valley northeast of Sancerre produces almost equal amounts of light-bodied red and white wines, with a small portion of dry rosé…
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