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Sancerre

Sancerre, unique in its taste, aroma and beauty. It is nicknamed the kingdom of sauvignon and land of pinot noir.
His wines were born there with the Loire, a land rich in rocky soils and hillsides.

Sancerre is a wine of controlled designation of origin produced in the vicinity of Sancerre, in the Cher department and the Center-Val de Loire region. It comes in the three colors. These wines were classified in AOC by the decree of 14 November 1936 for whites and by the decree of 23 January 1959 for reds and rosés.

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  • Appellation: Sancerre
  • Type:

    White AOC AOP
    Red AOC AOP
    Rosé AOC AOP

  • Country: France
  • Region : Cher (18) - Vallée de la Loire
  • Area: 2 954 hectares
  • Production: 170,000 hectoliters

Menetou Salon

The Menetou-salon is a wine of controlled designation of origin produced around Menetou-Salon, north-east of Bourges. The production area is 500 hectares with Sauvignon (white wine) and Pinot Noir (red and rosé wines).

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  • Appellation: Menetou-Salon
  • Type:

    White AOC AOP
    Red AOC AOP
    Rosé AOC AOP

  • Country: France
  • Region : Cher (18) - Vallée de la Loire
  • Area: 553 hectares
  • Production: 26,000 hectoliters
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Pouilly-Fumé

Pouilly-Fumé, is a white wine, controlled designation of origin, It is only made from the sauvignon grape variety.
The appellation is recognized since 1937.

  • Appellation: Pouilly-Fumé
  • Type: White AOP
  • Country: France
  • Region: La Nièvre (58) - Vallée de la Loire
  • Area: 1 300 hectares
  • Production: 26,000 hectoliters