Cheverny & Cour Cheverny vineyards exist among one another.
Red & rosé Cheverny labelled wine is made from Pinot Noir & Gamay, and white Cheverny wine is a Sauvignon Blanc/Chardonnay blend.
Cour Cheverny purely produces one variety of wine, the extremely rare Romorantin, which is made into aromatic dry and occasionally sweet white dessert wine.
This region is the only place in the world where Romorantin is produced today. As such, it is a grape variety that is cultured with much pride by winemakers here.
The delights that lie within the two apellations of Cheverny and Cour Cheverny are vast, with wines being produced to high standards that remain relatively unknown outside of The Loire region.
You are hereby offered the key to unlock the treasure chest as you spend a full day visiting the very best winemakers in this lowkey region.
Marvel at the adept wine making skills and the unbelivable value presented by these two lesser known regions.
An absolute favourite destination for those that know!
Travelling from Paris?
Tours is the ideal pick-up point for those travelling from Paris.
Trains regularly leave from Paris Austerlitz, Paris Bercy and Paris Montpernasse 1 & 2 stations, arriving directly to Tours in an average of 1.5hrs.
Your guide will be waiting in Tours or Vierzon to collect and deliver you to some of the most stunning vineyards and classic fairytale French communes you could imagine.
Taste incredible Loire Valley wine in the company of the winemakers whom create it!