The Loire produces the greatest variety of wine styles of any French region, and here’s your opportunity to discover one of the finest estates, Tinel-Blondelet, a small, independent producer crafting benchmark Sancerre and Pouilly-Fumé from the Sauvignon Blanc grape.
Situated in central France, the Loire Valley is renowned for its striking châteaux. The Loire Valley produces the greatest variety of wine styles (mainly white) of any French region, including dry whites and reds, sweet white, rosé and sparkling. The Loire is divided into three main districts: western, middle and upper. The upper Loire (northeast) is revered for its Pouilly-Fumé and Sancerre. The middle Loire, which includes Vouvray, Touraine and Chinon, accounts for a diverse range of wine styles, including red, dry white, rosé (Rosé d’Anjou), sweet (Côteaux du Layon) and sparkling. Chenin Blanc is the predominant grape variety of this district. The western Loire, which surrounds the city of Nantes, is the home to Muscadet.
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