Chenin BlancAll products from this varietal
Chenin Blanc may be made to any level of sweetness (from bone-dry, crisp white wine and sparkling, through to sweet wine). Often it is wines with fresh acidity and specific aromas of white flowers, honey and stone fruit.
This appellation attracts with different styles of dryness - it is possible to find bone dry as well as very sweet wines. The grape to thank for this diversity - Chenin Blanc. Wines have a golden colour with ripe apple, honey and wax notes. The sweetest samples can be aged up to 50 years.
Loire is one of the biggest regions in Northern France. This beautiful valley that stretches more than 300 km in length has been the inspiration of poetry and art throughout the ages. The dominant grapes are different in each part of Loire, and this is the only region in France that produces equally good white, red, rose, dessert and sparkling wines.