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Area Introduction

Anjou is the winegrowing district around the French city of Angers, in the western Loire Valley. Stylistically diverse, it produces red, white and rosé wines in a range of styles: dry, sweet, still and sparkling. The wines of the district’s generic Anjou appellation are not particularly well known or prestigious, but they are complemented by the fragrant Cabernet Franc of Saumur, the crisp Chenin Blanc of Savennieres and the sweet white nectars produced in the Coteaux de Layon.


France, Loire