Wine and Wine Cellar
Wine and Wine Cellar
Wine and Wine Cellar
Wine and Wine Cellar
Wine and Wine Cellar


Wine and wine cellar

The property has several cellars, which originally were used as stone quarries for the construction of houses. Now they serve as ideal wine cellars maintaining a constant temperature of 10 to 12 degrees centigrade.

Anché is an ancient wine growing village in the middle of the vineyards of Chinon. The red wine, named after the region, is the best known wine of the Loire valley and is pressed from Cabernet Franc grapes. You will also find exquisite rosé and white wines, grown in small quantities. Neighbouring vineyards are Bourgueil for red wine, Saumur for sparkling wine and Vouvray for white wine.

Most of the winegrowers only cultivate a few hectares and often earn their living from direct distribution of their products. This is why they are frank and friendly towards visitors.

If you look for advice, I will be happy to assist with a visit to a winemaker or maybe a wine festival taking place during your stay.

Insider tip

Guided wine tours with Alain Caillemer

Wine tasting without having to drive yourself? No problem! Alain accompanies up to 4 people with his car to fine wine makers and he is the perfect guide to all questions relating wine and the region. www.LoireWineryTours.com

Book your tasting directly at vineyards

This new website helps you to organize your own reservation with winemakers of the region.
www.ruedesvignerons.com

The property has several cellars, which originally were used as stone quarries for the construction of houses. Now they serve as ideal wine cellars maintaining a constant temperature of 10 to 12 degrees centigrade.

Anché is an ancient wine growing village in the middle of the vineyards of Chinon. The red wine, named after the region, is the best known wine of the Loire valley and is pressed from Cabernet Franc grapes. You will also find exquisite rosé and white wines, grown in small quantities. Neighbouring vineyards are Bourgueil for red wine, Saumur for sparkling wine and Vouvray for white wine.

 

Most of the winegrowers only cultivate a few hectares and often earn their living from direct distribution of their products. This is why they are frank and friendly towards visitors.

 

If you look for advice, I will be happy to assist with a visit to a winemaker or maybe a wine festival taking place during your stay.