GIE Anjou Wine Export
4 rue Sy Maurille
49290 Chalonnes sur Loire
Next shipment to Ireland : When you want 2020
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Our Anjou Villages are made from Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon grapes. Macered 20 days and then aged 12 month in oak barrel. It’s tannins are générous.
The Crémant de Loire is an effervescent wine from a second fermentation in bottle with an aging of 12 month minimum on latte witch gives fines bulles.
The Anjou blanc « grandes Coulées » is a dry white wine of hight maturity. It’s aged 11 months in barrels.
Made from the 100% Cabernet Franc grape, and produced on a sandy loam soil. Manual harvest in crates. Fruity wine with soft, silky tannins.
Made from an 85% chenin blend – 15% Cabernet Franc, it is a sparkling white raised in the traditional way. Manual sale in a crate. Ideal for an aperitif and accompany a dessert. Serve chilled 6 to 8°C
made from chenin grapes and produced on clay-schist soil. Manual harvest. Ideal as an aperitif and to accompany a foie gras and blue cheeses.
Tender dry white wine, for keeping from a late and manual harvest. It is aged in new oak barrels for 9 months. Selection Guide Hachette 2018 2 stars.
Anjou Red bio. Nose of red fruits. Ample and generous
Wine made from chenin grape variety. The appellation area has two peculiarities. It is located on the right bank of the Loire and its origin goes back to the medieval vineyards.
Organic wine from a plot whose soil is composed of silty clay resting on alterations of shelled falun.
This ancestral method originates from the mill field in Thouarcé planted with Chardonnay in 1991
Made From the chenin grape, very pleasant wine in its youth with elegant and fine aromas with floral notes (acacia, linden)
Anjou white Bio. Acidulated and precise in its flavors. It delivers notes of broom and citrus.