The ancient Duchy of Anjou was once a political power that rivaled the Kingdom of France for wealth and importance. Anjou produces many of the Loire Valley’s best sweet wines Bonnezeaux, Coteaux du Layon and Quarts de Chaume, all made from Chenin Blanc.  Anjou is also home to Savennières, a fascinating dry Chenin Blanc, as well as excellent red Anjou (made from Cabernet Franc) and the very popular, off-dry Rosé d’Anjou.

Appellations

Anjou
Anjou Coteaux de la Loire
Anjou Mousseux
Anjou Villages
Anjou Villages Brissac
Cabernet d’Anjou
Bonnezeaux
Coteaux de l’Aubance
Coteaux du Layon
Coteaux du Layon Villages
Coteaux du Loir
Crémant de Loire (Anjou)
Jasnières
Savennières
Sweet Wines of Anjou
Quarts de Chaume
Rosé d’Anjou
Rosé de Loire

 
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