Appellation Sancerre The white wines of Sancerre are among the world’s most celebrated Sauvgnon Blanc wines   Vineyard Location: situated on the left bank of the Loire at the eastern…
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While vines have been grown in Châteaumeillant since the 5th century, it was granted its AOC status in 2010. This tiny region specializes in classic Loire vin gris (rosé) and…
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Located directly southwest of Sancerre, this relatively small appellation produces a similar range of high-quality white, red and rosé wines that offer excellent value. Vineyard Location: This vineyard in the…
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Appellation Pouilly Fumé and Pouilly-sur-Loire Pouilly Fumé’s smoky “gunflint” aroma is its trademark, especially notable in wines grown on limestone soils. Unlike Sancerre, its neighbor on the left bank of…
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Appellations Cheverny/Cour-Cheverny Located in eastern Touraine, these appellations produce a range of wines from a variety of grapes. Cour-Cheverny is an appellation that exclusively grows the local variety Romorantin. Vineyard…
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  As testimony to the high quality of wines from Quincy, it was the second appellation created in France, after Chateauneuf-du-Pape in the Rhône. Quincy produces exceptionally racy, dry wine…
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