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Loire

Along the Loire River, a historic land of royal holiday, local grape varieties have established themselves and asserted themselves allowing the development of wines of character. The proximity of rivers in the "Garden of France" played an important role in the growth of the Loire vineyard, allowing a diversity of soils and the establishment of a major river axis, means of transport for wines. To date, 51 appellations and denominations bring together Nantes, Anjou, Saumurois and Touraine and place the rosé, white and red wines and fine bubbles of the Loire under the same regional banner. 35 other appellations come to complete the range of fruity and aromatic wines of the Loire, that they are rallied to the interprofession of the wines of the Center, or independent such as Bourgueil, Coteaux du Vendômois, etc. The vineyards of the Loire Valley are now a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its vineyards and castles, but above all for its harmony between the architecture of the cities and the beauty of the countryside. In terms of production, the Loire vineyard ranks third in France and is positioned as a true border between the North and South of the French vineyard, between maturity and delicacy, freshness and aromas. The vintages are marked according to the different maritime influences and the sunshine rates that Loire wines know every year. The richness and diversity of Loire wines can also be explained by the multitude of micro-climates that the region supports, created by the river, and determinants in the vinification of sweet wines such as Coteaux du Layon or Quarter de Chaume. The vineyards of the Loire Valley are now a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its vineyards and castles, but above all for its harmony between the architecture of the cities and the beauty of the countryside. In terms of production, the Loire vineyard ranks third in France and is positioned as a true border between the North and South of the French vineyard, between maturity and delicacy, freshness and aromas. The vintages are marked according to the different maritime influences and the sunshine rates that Loire wines know every year. The richness and diversity of Loire wines can also be explained by the multitude of micro-climates that the region supports, created by the river, and determinants in the vinification of sweet wines such as Coteaux du Layon or Quarter de Chaume. The vineyards of the Loire Valley are now a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its vineyards and castles, but above all for its harmony between the architecture of the cities and the beauty of the countryside. In terms of production, the Loire vineyard ranks third in France and is positioned as a true border between the North and South of the French vineyard, between maturity and delicacy, freshness and aromas. The vintages are marked according to the different maritime influences and the sunshine rates that Loire wines know every year. The richness and diversity of Loire wines can also be explained by the multitude of micro-climates that the region supports, created by the river, and determinants in the vinification of sweet wines such as Coteaux du Layon or Quarter de Chaume.