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Area introduction

Touraine has its own generic regional appellation which covers the entire district, as well as several titles that are more specific in terms of both location and wine style. These range from the dry, fruity reds of Saint-Nicolas de Bourgueil to the diverse whites of Vouvray and Montlouis. Wines made under the Touraine regional appellation may be red, white or rosé. The red wines are made principally from Gamay, Cabernet Franc and Malbec. Their white counterparts are almost always based on Sauvignon Blanc. Touraine rosés, are created from the same varieties as the reds


France, Loire