The Domaine des Baumard is a winery located in the Loire Valley of France, specifically in the Anjou region. The estate has a history that dates back to the 17th century, and today it is owned and operated by Florent Baumard, who represents the eighth generation of his family to run the estate.
The domaine's vineyards are planted with Chenin Blanc and Cabernet Franc grapes, and the wines are made in a traditional, hands-off style, with natural fermentation and extended aging in oak barrels. The resulting wines are known for their purity and finesse, as well as their ability to age gracefully.
Some of the most famous wines produced by Domaine des Baumard include its Quarts de Chaume and Savennières, which are both made from Chenin Blanc grapes grown in the region's prized schist soils. The winery also produces red wines made from Cabernet Franc, including a highly regarded bottling from the Clos du Papillon vineyard. Overall, the wines of Domaine des Baumard are highly regarded for their complexity, balance, and elegance.