Loire, France

The white wine of the Loire is dominated by Muscdet, Chenin Blanc and Sauvignon Blanc. The Loire Valley is grouped into four sub-regions. From east to west they are the Central Vineyards, Touraine, Anjou-Saumur and Nantais. Production of Crémant de Loire is focused in Saumur. 

Sauvignon Blanc is grown most famously in Touraine, and Sancerre and Pouilly-Fume of the Central Vineyards.

Vouvray makes Chenin Blanc in both still and sparkling styles.

The most famous red wine regions are Chinon and Saumur making Cabernet Franc while red Sancerre produces wines made from Pinot Noir.

Red  -  White  -  Rose  -  Sparkling

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