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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  The ideal conditions for producing fine sparkling wine come together in Saumur: limestone soils, temperate climate and excellent cellars carved directly into the chalk slopes where the bubbly can…
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  A special denomination for the finest red wines in the region, it is believed that Champigny’s name is derived from the Latin campus igni (field of fire), because of…
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Appellations Cabernet d’Anjou, Cabernet de Saumur, Rosé d’Anjou These slightly sweet rosés should not be limited to summer sipping, they are excellent accompaniments to a wide range of cuisines and…
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Appellations Coteaux de l’Aubance, Anjou Coteaux de la Loire, Coteaux de Saumur These three appellations craft sweet white wines from Chenin Blanc. Racy and delicious in their youth, the wines…
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