Savennières

Savennières

Savennières

Savennières is a renowned wine appellation in the Pays de la Loire region, located on the banks of the Loire River, west of the city of Angers. This appellation is known for its excellent dry white wines, mainly produced from the Chenin Blanc grape. Savennières wines are considered some of the most characteristic and complex white wines from the Loire Valley.

Savennières white wines are characterized by their dryness, high acidity and remarkable complexity. Chenin Blanc brings aromas of ripe fruit, honey, almonds and sometimes a subtle minerality to the wines. The terroir, especially the slatey soils, contributes to the unique flavor profiles.

What makes Savennières extra special is the aging potential of the wines. Well-made Savennières can evolve and develop complexity over the years, with flavors that unfold and transform as the wine ages.

Savennières is considered an appellation for lovers of complex, dry white wines with a pronounced character. It is a wine region that is both gastronomically attractive and offers a challenge to wine lovers looking for unique and evolving taste experiences.

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