One of the most vast wine region in Franc. It can produces all style of wine like the leading Sancerre and Pouilly Fume (Sauvignon Blanc) or Anjou (Chenin Blanc) as dry wines, Chinon (Cabernet Franc) or Sancerre (Pinot Noir) for the red. Sweet wines are made from Chenin Blanc and need to be discover.
Grown on vines aged around 25 years old, in clay and limestone, this Pouilly Fume from Domaine Lubrun is a fantastic wine. Fruity flavours of citrus lemon and marmalade with floral notes on the nose, great texture and acidity on the palate with a lengthy finish. This will match perfectly with shellfish.
The Pouilly Fume Les Ombelles Domaine Sauvion is a real favourite here at N&P. Hailing from one of the leading and most famous Sauvignon Blanc producing areas of the world, this wine offers floral and citrus notes, lime, green apple and stone fruit flavours and superb minerality... A quintessential Pouilly Fume at fantastic value for money.
A crisp, light Sauvignon Blanc from Anthony Girard, a young wine maker who after working on his family estate decided to start his own wine journey in 2012. Working with a great deal of respect for the environment and the vines, he produces a range of great wines only harvesting the grapes when they are at full ripeness. Pair this with a meaty, oily fish such as Tuna.
Rose d'Anjou is an appelation in the middle of the Loire Valley, producing wines that are typically medium-sweet. The Rose DAnjou Chemin des Sables is a classic wine of the Rose d'Anjou appelation. Comprising four different grape...
The little known sibling of Sancerre is seeing a resurgence as the international wine drinking community is finding a better value alternative to their favourite Sauvignon Blanc! This is a crisp and refreshingly dry wine. Perfect with goats cheese and light fish or vegetable dishes!
The Anjou region is under the radar but it is such a great region to discover wine. This wine is made from 100% Chenin blanc grape. Good purity of flavour, very much of pink grapefruit, juicy yellow apple, touches of honeysuckle...