Tastin'France USA : Loire Valley wines come to you
This curated tasting experience embraces an innovative private format featuring individual tasting sessions delivered directly to your table. Open exclusively to verified members of the wine trade, the tasting sessions are by appointment only.
- New York City on Monday April 12th : more information and register
- Houston on Tuesday, April 13th : more information and register
- San Francisco on Thursday, April 15th : more information and register
Come and meet wine producers from the Loire valley and discover over 40 wines:
• Famille Bonnin - Anjou - Rosé de loire - Saumur - IGP Val de Loire
• Jardin d'Edouard - Muscadet Sèvre-et-Maine Cru Clisson, Muscadet Sèvre-et-Maine, Muscadet Sèvre-et-Maine sur Lie, IGP Val de Loire
• Poiron Dabin - AOC Muscadet Sèvre et Maine - IGP Val de Loire - Vin de France
• Domaine des Fontaines - Anjou - Crémant de Loire - Sauvignon - Rosé de Loire - Bonnezeaux
• Domaine des Trottières - Anjou - Anjou Villages - Rosé d'Anjou Crémant de Loire Crémant de Loire
• V.G.C Vignobles Gunther Chéreau - Muscadet
Know more about Loire Valley Wines ?
The harmony between the grape varieties and their surroundings, where diversity and unity go hand in hand, is all the more extraordinary since some of the region’s major varieties originated in the Loire Valley, whereas others came from east or south-west France.
One of the most original aspects of Loire Valley wines is that many of them are made from a single varietal: Melon de Bourgogne or Folle Blanche for Nantais wines, Chenin, Cabernet and Gamay in Anjou, Saumur and Touraine, and Sauvignon and Pinot Noir in the Central Loire and in Touraine. And there are other variteties, too, like Grolleau, Pinot Meunier, Pineau d’Aunis and Romorantin. This vast array of grapes, found nowhere else in the world, produces a very diverse range of highly expressive wines.
A map by Interloire and their website dedicated to the US market