Learning to Love the Loire
Champagne, Bordeaux, Burgundy and Rhone—these are the big-money wine regions in France that attract some major tourist dollars. But there’s an often-overlooked region that maintains graceful charm and French sensibilities—and produces some of the world’s greatest and most diverse catalogues of wine. The Loire Valley encompasses cities and towns steeped in French history and tradition, along the shores of the last wild river in Europe with no commercial navigation. If you’re planning a trip to France in the near future, be sure to visit LOIRE365.com, and order their free book of Loire Valley facts, including a fold-out map of chateaus and wineries, and what kind of amazing wine they produce. You really should consider the Loire Valley.