CZK175.00 - CZK1,656.00
The Loire Valley lies south-west of Paris and Loire is the longest river in France. It's a region of magnificent castles, but also of high quality wines. Thanks to the huge soil mosaic and climate diversity, the region offers broad amount of wine styles. After Champagne, the Loire Valley is the second largest region with sparkling wine production in France.
The predominant white variety is considered Chenin Blanc, which has been grown on the Loire since 9th century. White dry wines of the Muscadet variety (or also known as Melon de Bourgogne), from the same appellation, became famous as a traditional aperitif and ideal wine to pair with fish and oysters. Sauvignon Blanc dominates the appellations such as Sancerre, Pouilly Fumé, Menetou-Salon, Quincy and Reuilly. The prominent black grape is Cabernet Franc.