Whatever your preference, the Centre-Loire has the color for you. Located in the most diverse wine growing region in France, the Centre-Loire specializes in whites made from Sauvignon Blanc and red and rosé made from Pinot Noir.
From traditional methods to the latest in technology, winemakers in the Centre-Loire combine techniques to create some of France’s most appreciated wines.
The rolling hills, wide rivers and vast valleys of the Centre-Loire are picturesque, but the area is also rich in history dating to the Roman times.
Meat, fish, pasta, cheese or dessert, no matter the dish, there’s a Centre-Loire wine to match.
The 14th Bourges Wines Competition took place in Palace Jacques Coeur in the heart of Bourges on Tuesday 6 June.
Located along the banks of the river Loire, to the east of Bourges, the Sancerre vineyard stretches over 2,954 hectares.
Between Burgundy and Berry, the vineyard of Pouilly stretches over 1,334 ha on the right bank of the Loire.
This vineyard covers 561 hectares of hills and is planted on sedimentary limestone soils dating back to the upper Jurassic period.
The Quincy vineyard, to the north-west of Bourges, is on the banks of the river Cher and covers 296 hectares.
Situated in the heart of the Berry, the Reuilly vineyard stretches over 252 hectares from the banks of the river Arnon to the river Cher.
The vineyard is located on the slopes of the river Loire, in the departments of the Nièvre and the Loiret and is raised on siliceous or chalky. It stretches over 204 hectares.
The Châteaumeillant vineyard is planted on 57 hectares of predominantly sandy or clayey-sandy siliceous soils.
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