Vineyard of Slope-in-the Aubance
The vineyard of Slope-in-the Aubance is a vineyard of the Val-de-Loire which produces marrowy white wines. This vineyard, classified AOC since 1950 (last decree in date: October 7th 2003), covers a surface of 200 hectares in the south of Angers on left bank of the the Loire.
The wines of Slope-in-the Aubance are vinified exclusively starting from the white Chenin (pineau of the Loire). The grains are collected manually with surmaturity by Vendange S successive. These wines are kept very well out of bottle, up to 10 years even more according to the year.
- Other names of Anjou
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