Loire Valley

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Noun1.Loire Valley - the valley of the Loire River where many French wines originated
France, French Republic - a republic in western Europe; the largest country wholly in Europe
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The Loire Valley is such an interesting wine region.
Aldi, PS5.69 Something special Chateau Gaudrelle Vouvray Especial Moelleux - Loire Valley, France I love Vouvray.
PS5.99 Exquisite Collection Touraine Rose Aldi You can taste red apples in this medium dry rose, which hails from the Loire Valley and is made with a gamay blend.
"This opens up the spectacular Loire Valley and Western Brittany giving passengers an even greater choice of destinations for exploring France's rich and varied culture."
The grapes originate from France's cool climate Loire Valley - the best are from Sancerre and Pouilly-Fume - but it's in New Zealand where its punchy aromatics have put Marlborough on the wine map, and other key growing areas are South Africa and Chile.
deals 2 B&B A couple of hours later, we arrived, almost unscathed, in the Loire Valley and the country roads took us to Domaine de Dugny.
Known for its wine production and some of the most beautiful and historic chateaux in the world, the Loire Valley in central France is a must-see destination for any traveler.
Loire The stunning Loire Valley rewards us with food-friendly reds that can be enjoyed lightly chilled for summer sipping.
US-based real estate investor Younan Properties' La Grande Maison Younan Collection subsidiary has acquired Loire Valley, France-based hotel-castle Hotel ChA[cent sign]teau de Beauvois, the company said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-February 16, 2017-Hotel Chateau de Beauvois Buys Loire Valley Hotel/Castle
After you've toured any or all of these amazing structures, sit back and sip a glass of wine because the Loire Valley is also home to one of the world's most well-known areas of wine production.