Located between the centre and northwest of France, the Loire accounts for approximately eight percent of France's vineyards and is home to some of its most famous wines, notably Sancerre, Pouilly-Fumé, Muscadet and Vouvray. Its trade and vinous history are intrinsically linked to the 600-mile Loire River whose flow, from the Massif Central to Nantes, has created a rich diversity of terroirs while crossing several climatic zones.
2020 Reuilly Blanc, Les Pierres Plates, Denis Jamain
2019 Vincent Carême, Vouvray Sec
2017 Coteaux du Layon, St Aubin, Domaine des Forges
2019 Reuilly Rouge, Les Pierres Plates, Denis Jamain