Our AOC appellations
Rosé d’Anjou : This wine is a great expression of the region’s red varieties, especially Grolleau, which has a special place in the region. Just like the climate which produced them, these wines are tender and slightly sweet, and will offer the greatest pleasure when drunk young.
Rosé de Loire : The Rosé de Loire is an AOC appellation rosé grown in the Anjou, Saumur and Touraine regions which cover a huge part of the Loire Valley wine region. The Rosé de Loire is light and straightforward. Its freshness bursts in the mouth with red fruit aromas.
Chinon : Chinon rosés tend to be hard to find, and are made with Cabernet Franc grapes using the “saignée” technique. These are fresh, well-structured wines.
Touraine : Touraine rosé wines are made using Gamay and Cabernet grapes, and rarely have much colour. When made from Pineaud’Aunis wines, it takes on a grey colour and develops aromas of grapefruit with notes of pepper and spice.