Anjou

Anjou

Anjou

Anjou is a wine region in the Pays de la Loire region of western France, located on the banks of the Loire River. It is a versatile wine region known for its diverse wines, white, red and rosé. Anjou has a temperate climate with influences from the Atlantic Ocean, which is favorable for wine growing.

Anjou produces white wines, often made from grapes such as Chenin Blanc and Sauvignon Blanc. Chenin Blanc wines from Anjou can range from dry to sweet, and they are known for their fresh acidity and aromas of ripe fruit and flowers.

Anjou's red wines are usually made from the Cabernet Franc grape, which thrives in the region. These wines often exhibit aromas of red fruits, such as strawberries and raspberries, with spicy notes and a supple structure.

Anjou is best known for its rosé wines, which are often produced from grapes such as Grolleau, Cabernet Franc and Gamay. Anjou rosé wines are usually fresh, fruity and lively in character.

Anjou has a rich history in wine production and offers a wide range of wines to suit different taste preferences. The region continues to evolve and has made significant progress in recent years in terms of quality and diversity in wine styles.

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