Famille Bougrier – AN EXCEPTIONAL LOCATION : THE LOIRE VALLEY

AN EXCEPTIONAL LOCATION : THE LOIRE VALLEY

The Loire river is not a quiet river… On more than 500 km, its banks and hillsides are adorned with an unequaled variety of terroirs and climates suitable for producing unique wines : the Loire Valley is undoubtedly the region of diversity, a pleasure all in delicacy and lightness.

 

To discover without moderation …

 

4 major wine-growing regions stand out from this vast ensemble : the vineyards of the center-Loire, Touraine, Anjou-Saumur and Pays Nantais. Each has its own geology and grape variety, which gives our vineyard such diversity and makes it one of the most dynamic and lively vineyards in France.

 

Today, the Loire Valley is the 3rd French vineyard with more than 75 000 hectares and 73 designations. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is one of the most beautiful landscapes drawn by nature and shaped by mankind, as witnessed in particular by the famous “Châteaux of the Loire”. Because yes, the Valley of the Loire or rather the Valley of the Kings saw birth within it some of the most beautiful Castles of France : the Castle of the Dukes of Brittany in Nantes, Chenonceau, Amboise, Chambord, Cheverny, such magical places that remind us that the Kings of France have taken up residence in the Loire Valley since always…

Une Situation Exceptionnelle : La Vallée de la Loire

The Loire river is not a quiet river… On more than 500 km, its banks and hillsides are adorned with an unequaled variety of terroirs and climates suitable for producing unique wines : the Loire Valley is undoubtedly the region of diversity, a pleasure all in delicacy and lightness.

 

To discover without moderation …

 

4 major wine-growing regions stand out from this vast ensemble : the vineyards of the center-Loire, Touraine, Anjou-Saumur and Pays Nantais. Each has its own geology and grape variety, which gives our vineyard such diversity and makes it one of the most dynamic and lively vineyards in France.

 

Today, the Loire Valley is the 3rd French vineyard with more than 75 000 hectares and 73 designations. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is one of the most beautiful landscapes drawn by nature and shaped by mankind, as witnessed in particular by the famous “Châteaux of the Loire”. Because yes, the Valley of the Loire or rather the Valley of the Kings saw birth within it some of the most beautiful Castles of France : the Castle of the Dukes of Brittany in Nantes, Chenonceau, Amboise, Chambord, Cheverny, such magical places that remind us that the Kings of France have taken up residence in the Loire Valley since always…

Le château de Chenonceau

Royal residence, le Château de Chenonceau is one of the jewels of the Loire Valley located on the river Cher. It is the most visited castle after Versailles. It is considered the castle of queens of France…

Le Château de Chambord

Château de Chambord, property of the French Republic, was built for François 1er.

Located in an environment of magnificent forests, it is the largest of the castles of the Loire

Le Château de Cheverny

The Domaine de Cheverny is one of the most beautiful seigniorial properties. It has been the property of the same family for more than 6

centuries.

He is particularly known by comics fans for having inspired the famous Captain Haddock’s Château of Moulinsart and Tintin.

Le Château de Blois

The Château de Blois is an ideal illustration of all the architecture and history of the castles of the Loire