The Loire Valley is one of France's most prestigious wine regions

Nestled alongside France's longest river, the Loire Valley, also known as Val de Loire, is a charming region celebrated for its enchanting chateaux, historic royal abbeys, and a wine-producing heritage that spans more than two millennia.

At the core of the culture and heritage of the Loire Valley, France's third-largest wine producer, lie vineyards and winemaking. The official wine route, known as 'La route des vignobles,' spans 800km from Nantes in the west to Sancerre in the east, showcasing the rich viticultural traditions of the region.


Domaine de La Fruitiere Muscadet Sevre & Maine “Gneiss Bel Abord”

Revel in the timeless allure of Muscadet, a textbook classic enhanced by five-month lees contact, embodying a delightful interplay of salty minerality and an invigoratingly crisp acidity. This wine exceeds expectations, delivering exceptional quality at an incredibly modest price point. Muscadet stands as a testament to unparalleled value in the realm of white wines. Upon the initial encounter, it presents a fresh and fruity profile, unveiling notes of yellow apples, delicate flowers, and the essence of fresh oceanic air. This entry-level offering from the Lieubeau family is nothing short of extraordinary.


Christophe Monet Coteaux Du Giennois 2020

Discover the charm of Côteaux du Giennois, a quaint appellation nestled in the Loire Valley, approximately 50 km north of Pouilly Fumé. Here, a soft, elegant, and meticulously crafted Sauvignon Blanc awaits, sourced from organically farmed grapes. Delight in the aromatic symphony of tangerine, grapefruit, and lemon on the nose, accompanied by a subtle undertone of lilies and elderberries. The palate unfolds with vibrant citrus notes, maintaining a graceful balance that persists through the extended, mineral-infused finish.


Mary Taylor Anjou Rouge 2022

An 80% Cabernet Franc and 20% Cabernet Sauvignon blend, sourced from 25-30-year-old vines in Anjou-Villages, situated on a geological fault-line. Expect a dark and lively profile with juicy berry fruit and earthy nuances. The wine boasts a vibrant, chewy texture with well-balanced tannins, culminating in a long, satisfying finish. Crafted by Mary Taylor and winemaker Pascal Biotteau, this organic, biodynamic, and sustainable offering is both highly rated and critically acclaimed,a remarkable and affordable gem.


Gamay Saint Romain Indigo, 1006 Vins de Loire 2022

Upon first encounter, the nose captivates with intriguing hints of cola cubes, luscious strawberry coulis, and a delightful savory herbal edge. As you delve into the palate, a symphony of flavors unfolds, showcasing the abundance of ripe red berry fruits complemented by a subtle undertone of crunchy cranberry. Crafted with precision and care, the Gamay Saint Romain Indigo stands as a testament to the winemaking prowess embodied by the 1006 Vins de Loire.

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