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Magazine Archives: May 31, 2009

Caution Flag in the Loire

Tricky vintages in '06 & '07 mean hit-or-miss quality
James Molesworth
Issue: May 31, 2009

Quick, what do Sauvignon Blanc, Chenin Blanc, Cabernet Franc and Pinot Noir have in common? Answer: They're all grown in the vineyards along the Loire River, a waterway that courses 600 miles through changing terrains in central France before emptying into the Atlantic Ocean.

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