Loire valley wines

Anjou Loire Valley wine

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If exploring vineyards floats your fancy, you’ll be interested to know that Anjou has the widest range of wines in the Loire Valley area. And there’s no compromise on quality! With 32 Appellations of Controlled Origin (AOC), Anjou is famous for its excellent production. Discover the 3rd-largest winemaking region in France, boasting 21,400 hectares of wines.

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DOMAINE DU HAUT BELLAY

DOMAINE DU HAUT BELLAY

MONTREUIL-BELLAY

DOMAINE HAUTE PERCHE

DOMAINE HAUTE PERCHE

Saint-Melaine-sur-Aubance, SAINT-MELAINE-SUR-AUBANCE

Livraison à domicile

Château de Passavant

Château de Passavant

Passavant-sur-Layon, PASSAVANT-SUR-LAYON

DOMAINE SAINT ARNOUL

DOMAINE SAINT ARNOUL

Martigné-Briand, TERRANJOU

Livraison à domicile

DOMAINE BLOUIN

DOMAINE BLOUIN

Saint-Aubin-de-Luigné, VAL-DU-LAYON

Domaine des Trois Monts

Domaine des Trois Monts

Trémont, LYS-HAUT-LAYON

Livraison à domicile

MAISON VEUVE AMIOT

MAISON VEUVE AMIOT

9.4Excellent

SAUMUR

DOMAINE DU PONT DE LIVIER

DOMAINE DU PONT DE LIVIER

Saint-Georges-sur-Layon, DOUÉ-EN-ANJOU

CELLARS GRATIEN & MEYER

CELLARS GRATIEN & MEYER

9.2Excellent

SAUMUR

Les Caves de la Loire

Les Caves de la Loire

Brissac-Quincé, BRISSAC LOIRE AUBANCE

CELLARS ACKERMAN

CELLARS ACKERMAN

SAUMUR

Accès PMR

MAISON LOUIS DE GRENELLE

MAISON LOUIS DE GRENELLE

SAUMUR

Livraison à domicile

DOMAINE MOULIN TURQUAIS

DOMAINE MOULIN TURQUAIS

Martigné-Briand, TERRANJOU

CHÂTEAU DE BRÉZÉ

CHÂTEAU DE BRÉZÉ

Brézé, BELLEVIGNE-LES-CHATEAUX

DOMAINE DES GALLOIRES

DOMAINE DES GALLOIRES

Drain, OREE D'ANJOU

DOMAINE DU HAUT PUISET

DOMAINE DU HAUT PUISET

Le Mesnil-en-Vallée, MAUGES-SUR-LOIRE

DOMAINE DES GIRAUDIÈRES

DOMAINE DES GIRAUDIÈRES

Vauchrétien, BRISSAC LOIRE AUBANCE

DOMAINE FABIEN DUVEAU

DOMAINE FABIEN DUVEAU

BELLEVIGNE-LES-CHATEAUX

A wine for every palate

The mild microclimate of the Loire Valley and diverse soils varying from schist to limestone make Anjou ideal for vine cultivation. In fact, production boomed when the Plantagenet King Henry II of England began serving Anjou wines at his court.

 

In the lush Layon and Aubance valleys, vineyards stretch to the horizon. Morning mists and sunny days are perfect for the sweet Coteaux du Layon wines. Near Angers just north of the Loire, delightful Savennières is famous for its dry whites.

 

Continuing southeast to Saumur, you can enjoy the entire palette of wine. The white wines are predominately made with Chenin Blanc while the reds and rosés come from Cabernet Franc. And with a lengthy second fermentation in the bottle, the traditional method sparkling wines are well worth savouring!

 

In Anjou, 6 routes ranging between 51 and 90 km traverse majestic vineyards and pretty villages. Each of these itineraries has a different character. Uninterrupted views of the Loire River, visits to troglodyte caves, or photo opportunities at Château de Brissac. These journeys are full of wonderful discoveries and great flavours and tastes. What’s more, these loops can be taken on foot, by bike, or by car!