Loire

Loire Valley wines flourish in a unique cultural landscape, classed as a UNESCO World Heritage site from Chalonnes-sur-Loire (Maine et Loire) to Sully-sur-Loire (Loiret). With over two thousand years of history, the Loire Valley vineyard area is made up of a mosaic of different climates, soils, geographical features and locations – all of which contribute to the diversity of the Valley’s wines.

CHÂTEAU DE BRISSAC “Rosé d’Anjou”

With a pretty-in-pink robe, this easy drinking rosé features a bouquet of red berries and candy notes. On the palate, a plump core of strawberry and white cherry is framed by a lightly tangy edge of watermelon rind and a slight minerality.

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RETHORE DAVY “Parcelles Sauvignon Blanc”

This sauvignon, a typical Loire Valley wine with golden and silver highlights, is a bomb in the mouth. Notes of lychee, fresh exotic fruits and limes invade the mouth from the first sip. It is then the delicate side of the mineral and floral touch that conquered us. It is his way of being wrapped with a lot of freshness, and its important aromatic palette that this wine seduces us.

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