Grapes at Domaine Leduc-Frouin

ripening grapes in the Loire

ripening grapes in the Loire

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Sancerre (18 Cher, Centre) is world-renown vineyard (and pretty town) in the mid-Loire Valley, The town is situated on a rocky outcrop overlooking the Loire river and providing a superb view of the vineyards which enjoy the natural slopes on limestone and marl.
It is recognised for its Sauvignon Blanc wines – dry and minerally – although in the past it had been better known for its red Pinot Noir, which is still produced albeit in smaller quantities.

Sancerre Wine Fair takes place 3-4 June 2017. see

Sancerre – French wine village

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